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Thread: Mini-ITX board. Was: Why does a PC need 12V?
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> > ...but EFI control is primary...
> well, this piques my curiosity!
> Are you planning to modify existing signals, or completely taking over
> for the existing computer?  Starting from scratch?
> Are you an engine management expert?  Or is there a DIY setup that you
> can interface with? Or...?

I know enough to be dangerous. :-)  I'm planning on picking up
one of the commercial devices to re-program the Ford A9L computer
that I'm using in my kitcar, and need a laptop for this.  Also
thought it would be nice to have MP3 instead of cassette and CD
changer.  So the thought of building a small permanently-mounted
PC came about.


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