- July 28th, 2017, 2:12 pm
Yeah, that red warning light idea didn’t pan out. Quality of the audio is at 8kHz, I need at least 44kHz to split the frequency up enough to have it control different operations. But sound files are huge at 44kHz and I wouldn’t be able to fit much audio on the sound module.
The chrome end cap is from the handlebars of a bicycle.
As far as the strainer, after milling out the tube slot I packed the tube with about ½” of 2 part epoxy putty from both ends against the strainer handle using wooden dowels to push it in. So far it’s holding really well. Just make sure to leave room for the chrome cap.
"Everybody can relax, I found the car. Needs some suspension work and shocks…and ah, Brakes, brake pads, lining, steering box, transmission, rear-end. Only $4800. Maybe new rings, also mufflers, a little wiring...."