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Offline PJondeck


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I have a 2005 Spyder Cambio Corsa and would like to fit after market cruise control. Does anyone have any suggestions/advice for me please? (not rude one's please, I do understand that some "purists" might scoff at the idea but I would like to keep my driver's licence!) Thanks



Offline adam01


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I have a 2005 Spyder Cambio Corsa and would like to fit after market cruise control. Does anyone have any suggestions/advice for me please? (not rude one's please, I do understand that some "purists" might scoff at the idea but I would like to keep my driver's licence!) Thanks

Identical to those fitted to the Alfa 166

Several have been done in Melb.



Offline allanuber


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Shouldn't be a big deal for anywhere that does aftermarket either? I remember putting cruise control in the Ferrari 458 when I used it as a regular Brissie to Hervey Bay commuter  :)
C'mon, do it!



Offline adam01


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Shouldn't be a big deal for anywhere that does aftermarket either? I remember putting cruise control in the Ferrari 458 when I used it as a regular Brissie to Hervey Bay commuter  :)

Not std.on a 458?  :D



Offline allanuber


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Not std.on a 458?  :D

Oh sweet jebus, brain was elsewhere... 348   :)
C'mon, do it!



Offline PJondeck


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  • Location: Canberra
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Thank you all, I have an auto electrician who has done cruise for me in the past. I will pass along to him the two vehicles you have mentioned. He was saying that the supplier didn't have a specific mention of my car in their catalogue but perhaps they have the Alpha 166 listed.  I was concerned about this vehicle using the "wired" throttle arrangement but am encouraged by your comments. Thanks again. PJ



Offline allanuber


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Thank you all, I have an auto electrician who has done cruise for me in the past. I will pass along to him the two vehicles you have mentioned. He was saying that the supplier didn't have a specific mention of my car in their catalogue but perhaps they have the Alpha 166 listed.  I was concerned about this vehicle using the "wired" throttle arrangement but am encouraged by your comments. Thanks again. PJ

Post up some pix and impressions once it's in. Generally the concerns are the opposite to what you're worried about, that cruise for electronically controlled throttles can cause gremlins.

I'm trying to find the old pix of the install in the 348  :)
C'mon, do it!



Offline deangpsx8

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Thank you all, I have an auto electrician who has done cruise for me in the past. I will pass along to him the two vehicles you have mentioned. He was saying that the supplier didn't have a specific mention of my car in their catalogue but perhaps they have the Alpha 166 listed.  I was concerned about this vehicle using the "wired" throttle arrangement but am encouraged by your comments. Thanks again. PJ


A really nice guy in Sydney is Nigel Apps  from CCS Technology (cruise control systems) is also an old time veteren of cruise controls.

Normally they sell (are the agents for) the LiteOn cruise which is manufactured by the LiteOn group in Taiwan.

A very reputable company.  I have visited the factory in Taiwan.

These guys manufacture a quality OEM grade product.

Nigel is a pleasure to deal with and also a car enthusiast.


Persistence Beats Resistance



Offline allanuber


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A really nice guy in Sydney is Nigel Apps  from CCS Technology (cruise control systems) is also an old time veteren of cruise controls.

Normally they sell (are the agents for) the LiteOn cruise which is manufactured by the LiteOn group in Taiwan.

A very reputable company.  I have visited the factory in Taiwan.

These guys manufacture a quality OEM grade product.

Nigel is a pleasure to deal with and also a car enthusiast.

Can you PM me his details mate... all this talk of CControl and I want to put on in the Ultima for the Broken Hill run now!
C'mon, do it!



Offline PA

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Can you PM me his details mate... all this talk of CControl and I want to put on in the Ultima for the Broken Hill run now!
Wont the brick in the foot well suffice for this trip?



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