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  1. cool thanks for the link thats going to help a whole bunch ;D
  2. ok i'll see what i can dig up. hopefully i can find something small that i can make a clean install with. as far as a live set up i was just going to have a 12V source and constantly open and close the throttle with it off the car. once i feel comfortable with it's reliability I'm going try it for real world. what type of motor do they use for cruise controls anyway?
  3. Good day first I'd like to welcome my self to the site. I'm a SrA in the Air force as a satcom maintainer and part time I'm the director or RonsRaceShop.com. I've taken a good amount of basic electronics couses so i understand (but dont know)your basic theorys and stuff when it comes digital, analog, data rates, and waveforms. i just dont know how to create stuff from scratch so this is a first for me. :( so hopefully someone can help me out Well I came up with an idea about having the throttle of a car were building controlled by a servo type motor rather than the traditonal pull cable. They do this with newer vehicals but it would be way to difficult to adapt that type of system to an older car so i'd have to do it by scratch. So getting to the point I'm looking for what kind of motor I should use for this application. I dont really know what to even look for. I found some stuff about stepper motors and that but I dont really know if that fits what i'm tring to do. so please any help would be greatly appreciated. If you guys need more information please ask away
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