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Issue 685 of AutoSpeed

Hearing Detonation

DIY knock detection - cheap, easy and very effective!

Project Honda Insight, Part 10 - Alternator (again!) and beginning the MoTeC wiring

Test driving with the standard engine management, heavily revising the alternator mount, and starting to wire-in the new engine management

How to Electronically Modify Your Car, Part 4

Using a multimeter

Automotive Conversion Tables

Sorting out all of those units

Issue 684 of AutoSpeed

Project Honda Insight, Part 9 First Electricals

Moving the 12V battery, wiring the alternator and removing the hybrid electrics

How to Electronically Modify Your Car, Part 3

Volt, amps and ohms

Siting Cold Air Intakes

Simple testing to find the best place to put the mouth of the cold air intake.

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