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On 9/13/2019 at 12:10 AM, krustyballer16 said:

" o god, the brakes don't work very well!" Hilarious. Great update

 

They still don't!  I am getting a brake kit from Black Magic Brakes when I get back from vacation.

 

 

On 9/13/2019 at 1:26 AM, Red Mistress said:

Awesome electric lime green LJ.

 

Thanks!  I looked for about four years for one to become affordable after they came out.

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I asked Pete for permission to post this once.

 

Part of the final touch for getting this drive train swap done is getting the gauge cluster working.  Of course I plan to do the same as I did in the Comanche with a translator box for the two different manufacturer's communication protocols.  I have had a handful of people asking me over the past month when I would start selling these to the public.  By this point I am so far long on the hardware design side that I am actually starting my own company.

 

https://www.scarletperformance.com/ - Just the logo for now on the site.  More will come in a few months once production samples are produced.

ScarletPerformanceDark.png

 

Interfaces and Protocols(More Protocols in the Future) Include:
* 2x CAN with all supported speeds
    * GMLAN
    * Haltech CAN
* Single Wire CAN (Low Speed)
    * GMLAN SWC
* Chrysler CCD
* ISO9141 K and L
* J1850 VPW
    * Chrysler PCI
* J1850 PWM

 

Features:
* 5v DAC for simulating engine health sensor output
* 12v DAC for simulating engine health sensor output
* 8x 12 volt General Purpose Inputs for digital logic
* SD Card slot for data logging
* QSPI 32Mbit Flash for additional code storage(CircuitPython support)
* JTAG/SWD 10 pin connector(For total customization of the firmware)
* USB port for end user configuration and flashing

 

To be clear: Scarlet Performance is not associated with the Comanche Club and this will be the only time I will be posting about it in this fashion.

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On 9/12/2019 at 11:10 AM, krustyballer16 said:

" o god, the brakes don't work very well!" Hilarious. Great update

Lol, I was just going to say that.

 

That sounds fantastic. Keep posting 

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I am back now with Chrysler PCI bus support.  The format for the individual pieces of data is similar to CCD, but the protocol for how the data is presented is slightly different.

 

ChryslerPCIBusSupport.jpg

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The message identifier for speed is eluding me, but I have all the other gauges working.

 

ChryslerPCIBusProgress2020-01-14.jpg

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don't sweat it.  That's the least important gauge in the cluster. :D 

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2 minutes ago, Pete M said:

don't sweat it.  That's the least important gauge in the cluster. :D 

 

I need it for tracking my 0-60 MPH times!

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1 minute ago, Alexia said:

 

I need it for tracking my 0-60 MPH times!

 

:laugh:  

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