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Sanj's ALDL cables for FreeScan available


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Hi all,

I've just had a batch of circuit boards made for my world-famous :D ALDL cable design, for use with Andy Whittaker's even more world-famous FreeScan engine monitoring program. These are the only ALDL cables specifically made for the 4-cylinder Lotus Esprit with GM ECM, featuring circuitry that is entirely contained within the DB-9 connector shell. The newly designed board is even more robust than my previous model, dozens of which are in use all over the world.

I have a few cables available for immediate purchase. In a few weeks, WC Engineering will have these available for purchase as well. Contact me offlist for more info.

Cheers,

Sanj

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Information is available for the cable here:

It is published on Andy's site

http://www.andywhittaker.com/ecu/aldl_hardware_cont.htm

and also of course from Sanj's site.

http://turboesprit.tripod.com/ALDL_Cable/index.html

you can buy LEW's Freescan Package here:

http://www.esprit4sale.co.uk/Sale/shop.html

All profits from LEW's freescan package, which includes the 'free' software, cable and manual, go towards keeping Lotus Esprit World.com running and helping every Esprit owner with accurate information, money saving deals, modification guides and general Esprit stuff. All profits are fed back into the site.

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It's worth adding LEW's freescan manual is excellent - a worthy addition for any owners library.

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It's worth adding LEW's freescan manual is excellent - a worthy addition for any owners library.

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100% true.

I'm no tech head, i had the Whittaker lead, laptop and software but no manual.

I got the manual and found it easy to understand and an excellent companion to

the software. So pleased was i, that i went on to buy the LEW lead and gave my

Whittaker one away!

with no manual to explain it all, the lead was

as much use to me as a catflap on a submarine!

:P

(if i had a submarine)

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