Foxbody Cruise Control information, location, wiring diagrams

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Mustang5L5

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Ended up buying myself a Rotunda unit. I’ll test this out on my car when the time comes

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Cougar5.O

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On the "other site", there's a post about how to adjust the gain of the cruise control amplifier when a larger throttle body is used - any ideas on how to do this?

Intuitively I think adding a resistor in series/parallel with the servo control circuit might accomplish this. What do you think?
 

Mustang5L5

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I would think adding a resistor to two of the 3 wires coming out of the servo would sloe down it's function, but i wouldn't even know where to begin to figure out what the values would be. Seems like one of those things where it will need to be trial and error. If i had to guess where to start, perhaps another 25-50K ohms of resistance?