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    1. #161
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      Everything looks great! The wiring nightmare begins!



    2. #162
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      Quote Originally Posted by joeko23 View Post
      Everything looks great! The wiring nightmare begins!
      Thanks Joe and yes what a nightmare.
      Big older hands and little bitty spaces and stuff lol.
      But I'm.sure glad it's moving forward
      TANKMASTERJ

    3. #163
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      Looks great! Maybe I'm weird, but I enjoy wiring up my car.


      1968 Camaro 6.2 w/ LSA, TR6060-Magnum hybrid, Z51 brakes, 12 bolt, Speedtech, Hotchkis, DSE
      1976 T/A LS1, 6 Speed, C5 front brakes, and etc. SOLD

    4. #164
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      Quote Originally Posted by ryeguy2006a View Post
      Looks great! Maybe I'm weird, but I enjoy wiring up my car.
      I guess I don't really mind the wiring so bad, it's just 6 years in I'm ready to be done with the project and enjoy it.
      I do alot of wiring on my heavy equipment.
      I just want to turn the key and have ACTION!
      TANKMASTERJ

    5. #165
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      Quote Originally Posted by TANKMASTERJ View Post
      I guess I don't really mind the wiring so bad, it's just 6 years in I'm ready to be done with the project and enjoy it.
      I do alot of wiring on my heavy equipment.
      I just want to turn the key and have ACTION!
      Know what u mean there. Mine was 9 years. It's awesome when the money can stop flowing and u can just enjoy driving. Keep at it and it will come. Car looks amazing

    6. #166
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      Quote Originally Posted by thumper877 View Post
      Know what u mean there. Mine was 9 years. It's awesome when the money can stop flowing and u can just enjoy driving. Keep at it and it will come. Car looks amazing
      I think my car was done 3 times now and for some reason the money hasn't stopped flowing...


      1968 Camaro 6.2 w/ LSA, TR6060-Magnum hybrid, Z51 brakes, 12 bolt, Speedtech, Hotchkis, DSE
      1976 T/A LS1, 6 Speed, C5 front brakes, and etc. SOLD

    7. #167
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      My advice is not to run the wiring across the firewall. Takes away from a clean engine bay. Bring it behind the motor instead

    8. #168
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      Quote Originally Posted by icemanrd19 View Post
      My advice is not to run the wiring across the firewall. Takes away from a clean engine bay. Bring it behind the motor instead
      Ice man
      I'm actually going to run it across the firewall on purpose. But I'll use some billet clamps to secure it nice and straight. Also planning to run the lighting harness and the little bit of of AAW engine harness out of the firewall bulkhead and rather than hide it behind the driver fender I'm thinking of of running it up to my no Speedtech on dowmtubes from firewall out to subframe then to headlights and such. Also secured by billet clamps. I'm leaving them show on purpose along with my heat and ac
      Lines. If you look at my hood vents, my ac bulkhead, my forgelines all have stainless button head or socket head allen's. This is to achieve an industrial look as I am a water tower construction outfit so we are industrial.
      Even my interior parts like door handles, ac vents and such all carry this theme.
      I know it's contrary to alot of high end builds but it's my scope and plan
      TANKMASTERJ

    9. #169
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      Ok my car is back on the chassis.
      I got my ECM mounted up under cowl above the VA. Of course the pics suck a.d don't really show how it's mounted but I drilled through the cowl. Ran a stainless steel stud through and shimmed the under dash side to suspend the ECM so it's got plenty of cooling area all the way around.
      Fuse box is mounted flush with bottom of the dash right under over box. Fabbed a quick bracket of stainless for it.
      Got my restomod AC Diablo vents in. They will nicely match my industrial theme.
      Got my speed tech down tubes in.
      A photo of my stewart warner wings gauges.
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      TANKMASTERJ

    10. #170
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      Quote Originally Posted by ryeguy2006a View Post
      Looks great! Maybe I'm weird, but I enjoy wiring up my car.
      something is wrong with you.

      Quote Originally Posted by TANKMASTERJ View Post
      I guess I don't really mind the wiring so bad, it's just 6 years in I'm ready to be done with the project and enjoy it.
      I do alot of wiring on my heavy equipment.
      I just want to turn the key and have ACTION!
      I am actually enjoying it and I just hope all of it works when I am ready to start the car.
      marty-mj
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    11. #171
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      You are building a sema car !

      Looking at your wiper kit from Raingear, is it good quality ?

    12. #172
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      Quote Originally Posted by berdunord View Post
      You are building a sema car !

      Looking at your wiper kit from Raingear, is it good quality ?
      I'm very impressed with the Raingear quality and fit in even the instructions are decent. But yeah quality is there. Way better than factory linkage
      TANKMASTERJ

    13. #173
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      Thx Jason, factory linkage is really not efficient.

      I have the DSE wiper motor but with the factory linkage it's not really efficient

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      What is this gadget here? Air vent?
      2021 Durango R/T
      2008 Colorado beater
      2003 Dakota project-o-mobile

    15. #175
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      Quote Originally Posted by Vimes View Post


      What is this gadget here? Air vent?
      Yeah Vimes it's Restomod Air Diablo vents. Again as with all my vents in the hood, wheels, ac bulkhead, all with the bolts for the look.
      TANKMASTERJ

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