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Old 07-20-2009, 04:48 PM   #1
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HKS turbo timer type 1



In 1982 HKS introduced the world's first Turbo Timer to assist in cooling down the turbocharger to prevent oil coking in the center bearing cartridge assembly. Oil "coking" occurs when a turbocharger is not properly cooled down and the oil that normally lubricates the center cartridge heats up and forms solidified oil deposits. A turbo timer allows an engine to idle for a preset amount of time after the ignition key has been turned to the off position and removed. By allowing a turbocharged engine to idle, oil continues to pass through the turbo until it has cooled down to the point where oil "coking" will not occur. Re-designed for 2008, the Turbo Timer Type-0 and Type-1 feature a new, slim low profile design with a separate LCD display and control unit.

The Turbo Timer Type-0 features a red LCD backlit display for easy visibility, 2 timer modes, and a battery voltage meter with a peak value indication and warning function.

The Turbo Timer Type-1 features a light blue LCD backlit display and has the same basic timing and voltage features as the Type-0 plus several monitoring and measurement functions. The Turbo Timer Type-1 features an Auto mode for the timer function allowing the Turbo Timer to automatically calculate optimum idling time according to the most recent driving pattern. Vehicle speed and RPM can be displayed on the Type-1's LCD monitor and a speed warning level can be set. A two-stage RPM warning can also be set and used as a shift indicator. When a warning level is reached the Type-1's LCD monitor will blink and an audible beep will sound. The HKS Turbo Timer Type-1 also features various measurement functions including 1/4 mile timer, 0-60 timer and a stopwatch function that can be used for lap timing. The Turbo-Timer Type-1 can read in either MPH/SAE or KPH/Metric.

HKS Turbo Timers are compatible with HKS Turbo Timer harnesses to make for an easy installation.

Design
- Positive Lit LCD
- Blue Back Light
- Black Display Case (W:89.5mm/H:22.5mm/D:13mm)
- LCD Display (W:41.5mm/H:11mm)
- Black Control Unit Case (W:69.0mm/H:80.0mm/D:21.0mm)

Timer Functions:
- Manual Mode (0-10 Minutes)
- Memory Mode #1 (1 touch, 1 Minute Setting)
- Memory Mode #2 (1 touch, 3 Minute Setting)
- Auto Mode (0-5 Minute Setting)

Battery Voltage Display:
- Battery Voltage
- Peak Value Indication
- ON/OFF Warning Function

Vehicle Speed Indication Function:
- Vehicle Speed
- Peak Speed Hold Value
- Speed Warning Function

Engine RPM Indication Function:
- Engine RPM
- Peak Engine RPM Hold Value
- Engine RPM Warning Function

Display in either MPH/SAE or KPH/Metric

Metric Distance Time Functions:
- Acceleration Distance (0-100m, 0-200m, 0-400m)
- Section Time (200-400m)
- Acceleration Time (0-100km/h, 100-150km/h)
- Auto or Manual Start for Quarter Mile Function

SAE Distance Time Functions:
- Acceleration Distance (0-60 foot, 0-1/8 mile, 0-1/4 mile)
- Auto or Manual Start for Quarter Mile Function

Stopwatch Tool Time Measurement
- Total Elapsed Time
- Lap Times

Compatible with all HKS Turbo Timer Harnesses

SKU: 41001-AK010
MSRP: $155.00
Your Price: $122.11

pulling out of garm's progressive shift light thread, thought i'd post this here instead.

i'd imagine a group buy on this product would be pretty easy to arrange.

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Old 07-21-2009, 12:50 PM   #2
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Compatible with all HKS Turbo Timer Harnesses
how much is the harness, or is this not required?
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Old 07-21-2009, 12:56 PM   #3
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i think they're referring to plug/play harnesses. positive there isn't a yaris one. i don't think they're required
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