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Old 01-08-2018, 07:06 AM   #201
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It does take a while, I forgot how much there is to this damn thing. Just labeling the ecm wires took a little while. What will probably take me the longest is trying to map out how to utilize the fuse box to it's fullest while integrating the 64 circuits.

Really wanted to hide the fuse box under the dash, but unsure if I want to hear the relays all the time. (Not that I'll prob be able to hear them w/ the exhaust).. After I get the harness mostly routed I'm going to hang sheetmetal so I can figure out where to stuff it all.
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Old 01-12-2018, 07:28 AM   #202
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Nothing to report. Working on where I want to place everything. Most likely mounting ECM and fuse box under the dash, got to see if there's enough room for everything.

Been researching bulkhead connectors to get the wires through the firewall cleanly (85-100 wires..). One I like is over $200, so it's either going to be cutting a hole and using a grommet or finding something that looks halfway decent in the junkyard and re-purposing it.

Did mount the accessories and my cheap ebay silverado intake. Really wish I could do away with the accessories, damn they look like crap.



Got the wires cleaned up and service loops anchored for each sensor/injector/etc. This is where I'm at right now. Was going to bolt the front sheetmetal back on to find hiding places for everything, but after looking @ engine bay pics I don't think I'll have many places to put things without running stupid long loops to get everything hooked up. Reason I'm looking towards hiding spots under the dash. Also wouldn't have to worry about getting water in the fuse box or fabbing some kind of cover for it.

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Old 01-15-2018, 06:25 AM   #203
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Little progress is progress.. had a lot of other work this weekend but was able to at least get my hands on something.

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Old 01-15-2018, 11:50 AM   #204
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whats the button on the shifter for?
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Old 01-15-2018, 11:55 AM   #205
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whats the button on the shifter for?
Future shenanigans.

Nothing but show right now, at some point it'll be for line lock or a small shot.
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