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    Question Dakota Digital

    Anyone ever use one of the kits listed on the below page?

    http://www.dakotadigital.com/index.c...rod/prd131.htm

    (I ran a couple of quick searches, if it's out there I missed it.)
    -Tom

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    I have the older ARC-1000, pressure only version using the 400 PSI transducers

    I haven't used it to its fullest extent yet

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    Originally posted by bigjsp
    I have the older ARC-1000, pressure only version using the 400 PSI transducers

    I haven't used it to its fullest extent yet
    Have you had any problems with it?

    I'm still trying to decide if I want something like this or if I'm just going to do it myself.

    Also, I should still be able to run regular switches as well, yes? (I can't see a reason why not, electronically, just want to make sure.)

    Thanks. :)
    -Tom

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    in terms of playing the panel control wouldn't be worth anything,

    I am building a diode isolation as I have multple control sources.

    I have one tramsmitter that gets stupid occasionally but i need to try running a separate ground. as they gave me the impression that ground through the threads when the reaquest no tape.

    But 400 PSI and no teflon tape isn't going to work, so I used tape and its OK 99% of the time.

    The newer version with the actual ride height sensor is a much superior concept any ways.


    I think there where a limited choice in bezel colors ( as in better like silver / brushed aluminum) too on the new system but I may not be current on that information.

    The remote is nice to but nothing a good alarm and some wiring couldn't do.

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