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Aaron's Homepage is the personal website of Aaron Cake. It contains a wide variety of information related to my various interests. You'll find a massive electronic circuits archive as well as other electronics information, Mazda rotary (including my highly modified 2nd Gen RX-7), crazy and non-crazy projects, antique electronics, potato guns, assorted ramblings, auto show pictures a little about myself, an active community forum and everything in between. Aaron's Homepage undergoes major updates about twice a year and has been in operation since 1995 (20 years).

If you have any questions, comments or concerns, you can mail me here.

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Added Pictures: MegaMeet 2014, Henry Ford Museum
Monday, March 02, 2015, 8:58:19 PM
I've just added two sets of pictures to the Misc. section. First up is the Megasquirt Mega Meet 2014 hosted at DIY Auto Tune. A week after that I visited the Henry Ford Museum in Dearborn Michigan.

Added Cosmo Restoration Video: Part 39: Front Suspension & Rack and Pinion Conversion, Part 1 - My 76 Mazda RX-5 Cosmo Restoration
Thursday, January 08, 2015, 11:09:39 AM
Part 39: Front Suspension & Rack and Pinion Conversion, Part 1 - My 76 Mazda RX-5 Cosmo Restoration Part 39 of my 1976 Mazda RX-5 Cosmo Restoration has been posted to YouTube. I know it's been a while and since the front suspension work is still ongoing, I've decided to split it up into two episodes. So for part 39 of my '76 Mazda Cosmo restoration, I begin the work of updating the front suspension and converting the car from recirculating ball steering to rack and pinion. While my original goal was to mount the entire FC RX-7 front subframe, it became obvious very e... (more)

Downtime: Early Morning Nov. 2 Until 11:30AM Nov. 3rd
Monday, November 03, 2014, 11:53:22 AM
Yes, the whole site was down starting sometime in the wee hours of the morning November 2nd 2014 until about 11:30AM Nov. 3rd. To make a long story short, I had been complaining to Bell about what appeared to be a line problem since sometime in the summer. I had been seeing 25% packet loss for months which obviously caused many problems. Not only making the website sluggish but killing any VPN, VOIP and video streaming. They had always tested the line fine and then said "We will send someone out" but of course I never saw a tech. Well, early Sunday my router dropped connection and even though there was full sync, could not negotiate PPPoE ("No answer" logged). 2.5 hours on the phone to support and they said someone would be out Monday morning to check the line. He arrived, found no issues. But quickly was diagnosed to be a bad modem and thankfully he had one on the truck. Obviously if I had another DSL modem, I would have swapped it myself on Sunday! New modem was installed, the router connected and traffic began flowing immediately.

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Last Update: May. 21st, 2014