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    I knew it was in here somewhere

    Quote Originally Posted by jimbonzzz
    Alright guys, I built another interface today (I was going to add the mute function). But, the interface had problems working, just like some of the problems posted here!

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    Quote Originally Posted by tj!2k4
    I attempted to find some form of version identification on the V1, but nothing struck me as particularly informative..
    If you turn off the V1, then hold the knob in while turning it on (hold it for about 5 secs) it'll enter the programming mode. Press and release the button and the bogey counter will show you the revision number.

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    Alrite, cool, thanks.. not sure how I missed that in the manual.. I did read it.. no, really, I did..

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    ah man this sounds so cool i cant wait for the final version! thanks a lot guys!
    Peep MY TYTE WHIP yo! It's got too many ill mods to list!

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    Quote Originally Posted by stoodo
    I see Mike Valentine once in awhile on a couple of the Porsche boards. Maybe someone can drop him a link over to this project. He might help or hell maybe even start selling such a cable.

    Then again he might want to steer clear of it all together. (e.g. users blowing up their V1)
    Since you're already on the Porsche boards, I think the obvious choice to contact him would be you. Invite him over here to chat with Jim and the rest of us.

    Since the project is an add-on to the capabilities of the V1, I don't see how he would have any problems with this project. We're going out and buying his product so he wins there. Any inside tips would keep us from blowing up our V1s.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Saab9-5
    Since you're already on the Porsche boards, I think the obvious choice to contact him would be you. Invite him over here to chat with Jim and the rest of us.

    Since the project is an add-on to the capabilities of the V1, I don't see how he would have any problems with this project. We're going out and buying his product so he wins there. Any inside tips would keep us from blowing up our V1s.
    I dropped Mr. Valentine a line. We will see what happens.

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    hey sorry i have another Question, when it's plugged into the pc does it get power? or do you still have to hardwire it to your car? thanks! just wondering if I should go ahead and hardwire mine now or wait until later
    Peep MY TYTE WHIP yo! It's got too many ill mods to list!

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    i'm buying one as soon as this happens...
    rebuilding carpc... kinda..

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    Quote Originally Posted by Saab9-5
    Any inside tips would keep us from blowing up our V1s.
    Yes, but if he prevents people from blowing up their V1s, there's lost revenue from those folks that need to buy replacements

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    Quote Originally Posted by contaygious
    hey sorry i have another Question, when it's plugged into the pc does it get power? or do you still have to hardwire it to your car? thanks! just wondering if I should go ahead and hardwire mine now or wait until later
    You still need to power the V1 from either the direct-wire kit or the cig lighter adapter.

    The S1 interface is provided power from the serial port (unless Jim changes that part of the design).

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