Link Dump

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Liiiinkiii liinki!!i

Iconic is a minimal set of icons consisting of 136 marks in raster, vector and font formats — free for public use.
somerandomdude.com/projects/iconic/

A quick and simple web design image placeholder service.
placehold.it/

Linked select boxes jQuery plugin
remysharp.com/2007/09/18/auto-populate-m…
Stackoverflow question for above:
stackoverflow.com/questions/431876/linke…

Datatables!!!
I’m building the 2.0 version of Ipscheme on this:
datatables.net

Finished my first real .Net app today…

Posted by & filed under .Net, Programming, Windows.

I finished a sweet .net app today. It’s vb.net which is kinda gay I guess but it gets the job done and is a lot better than the VB I knew long ago. The app itself spawns a new process and runs a netsh command extracting/grepping out the info needed.

I’m headed to PRI tomorrow. Tired and should of already been sleeping. damn black ops.

1ZZFE COP Units

Posted by & filed under Automotive, EFI Tuning, Electronic, Toyota.

These were put with the rubber seals more or less in the same plane so you can get an idea of comparative height.

Source vehicles and part numbers from left to right:

90919-02227 ST215 Caldina 3SGTE

90919-02230 GXE10 Altezza AS200/Lexus IS200 1GFE vvt-i

90919-02239 ZZE120 Corolla 1ZZFE

90919-02240 NZE121 Corolla 2NZFE

90919-02236 SXE10 Altezza RS200 3SGE Beams dual vvt-i

If you have a standalone that can do sequential fire theese seem the way to go even over ls1 truck coils.

Sources: www.supramania.com/forums/showthread.php…
www.ae86drivingclub.com.au/forums/showth…

1JZ/2JZ 6 Channel Igniter

Posted by & filed under Automotive, Toyota.

Found some good info in the Toyota 6ch igniter:

The actual 1JZ/2JZ 6-channel igniter, which was also used on the 95 Avalon, it has 2 connectors instead of just 1 like the Camry igniter.

1JZ/2JZ/1MZ 6-channel igniter can be one of the following numbers:

89620-14460
89620-24080
89621-22020
89621-22030

Recursive directory search for string

Posted by & filed under BASH, Linux.

The following command will search for a string within files in a directory recursively.

sudo find . -type f -print0 | xargs -0 grep -n 'STRING TO SEARCH FOR'