F I N K B U I L T

Scale model cockpit FPV

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cool scale cockpit video

Funny Zoo Snap

man enjoys elephant My wife noticed this in the family archives.

RC Nitro motorcycle racing

rc motorcycle Motorcycle racing in Lilliput.

Manned RC Multicopter

manned multicopter
Here’s an RC multicopter big enough to ride on!

Make: Talk 004

make: Talk 004
I had a fun time talking to Mark Frauenfelder in episode 4 of his new podcast, Make: Talk!

One Man Basement Band

one man band
I feel like I could be getting more mileage out of my right foot.

Liberty

liberty vintage motorcycles An Etsy portrait. Thanks, Danny.

Tequila Sleeve

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Champs sleeve

Wolf-Stelzer Book Lamp

Book Lamp
My friend Tess just made the cover of ReadyMade with her cool lamp design.

Tree Stump Bug

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Can this be for real? The design is so awesomely Thunderbirds. Via

The Nothing Box

nothing box

Thunderbirds

Thunderbirds are go
Are Go!

Command Center

command center
Sweet assemblage spaceship’s bridge.

Four Drano’s

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Watch the sink slowly, all but disappear from the design .

Toothpaste Aerosol

toothpaste aerosol
Aerosol toothpaste




Jacobs Compu-Sensor Ignition Module

Every hot-rodder knows that by using parts that themselves look fast, you can make your car go just a bit faster than it would have gone had you chosen the slower looking part.

This understanding was not wasted on the folks at Jacobs Electrical Products Inc, when they styled the case for this vintage “Compu-Sensor” transistor spark module. The cooling fins are angled such that the screen printed, serial numbered label plate seems to be appoaching the sound barrier while re-entering the atmosphere after hurtling through space.

The Jacobs followed me home when a fellow vintage BMW enthusiast was giving it away. I have no real use for it, but I’m a sucker for anything with an atomic-themed logo.

3 Responses to “Jacobs Compu-Sensor Ignition Module”


  1. Scot Says:

    Heh. This reminded me of the pic of the guys from The Fast and the Furious standing by the little orange car, with the caption that says, “I see you’ve added the high performance stickers. How many horsepower does that add?”

    I also remember back to my pony car days, when washing my ’67 Mustang always made it seem to go faster. Ahh, performance.

  2. André Says:

    Hello,
    I have a ignition module “Compu Sensor for Porsche” serial no. 42140, model no. 38017.
    Can you send me the just connections for the blue, white and red wire.
    Manny thanks.
    Best regards.
    André

  3. James Harris Says:

    Do I have to connect it ignition wire or it has it’s own wires? Could it really make my car to go faster?