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    1988 Supra Sunsport

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  1. @jonthompson what is the pinout for the surf band receiver to the arduino?
  2. edit: never mind, i think i figured it out
  3. i only have it because the first iteration of this project was 2 years ago and that's what the guy i got the code at that time from said to get haha I'm still going to use the relay's--i already bought those. thanks again Jon!
  4. super helpful, thanks! here are the specs on the motor driver: https://www.pololu.com/product/2507 it shows that it operates from 5.5v to 24v, but no mention of if it has a 5v regulator onboard.
  5. I know this stuff is all relatively cheap and all, but I have a different Arduino (Mega 2560) and Motor Board than you guys are using, so the pins are also labeled differently. Should I just bite the bullet and buy what you guys are using, or do you think my stuff will work with this project? Here are pictures:
  6. 10a fuses should be fine right? I contacted Lenco before doing mine and they said the motors only draw 7-8amps under load, 2.5-3 with no load.
  7. is the current code on github updated for the rotary encoder? awesome work guys....i'm an IT geek by trade but have never gotten into this level of coding so i'm amazed at what you're doing!
  8. i like that clean look. i'm not a big fan of most "older" boats' decals...it's funny how quickly they go out of style.
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