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    FEP Supporter cb84capri's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by 84rsturbo View Post
    No not at all. Runs right at 180 where i want it. I have an electric fan now...
    i guess it works. not the same way my belt is routed though.

    cale

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    i definitely dig the tucked wire look.

    cale

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    im trying to go with a gutted dash with lights and keep it streetable on my 85 coupe who wants to lead me in the right direction.

    thanks

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    I never thought of this nor have I seen it, but it looks so good I just may have to do it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Fabiodriven View Post
    I never thought of this nor have I seen it, but it looks so good I just may have to do it.
    you think we are going to put that really nice and clean supercharger on that car and not clean up the wiring, come on!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by FordWolf View Post
    you think we are going to put that really nice and clean supercharger on that car and not clean up the wiring, come on!!
    I'm liking this "we" stuff Miguel. That's what I'm talkin bout.
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    Are you guys all running the wiring through the front upper frame rails and then out to the lights? Or just ziptying them to the front rails behind the inner fender wells?

    Pictures of inside the fender wells would be great if anyone would like to post them.

    Thanks, really want to wire tuck the notchback, especially now that I know the car will still run without the old 4 cylinder computer being hooked up.
    Unplugged it yesterday and took the car for a normal ride and everything works fine. Woohoo, all that wiring is coming out!!
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    this is the start of mine. i don't have any finished pics



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    guys this is some serious sick work i applaude you all and im also jealous

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    Quote Originally Posted by jsam View Post
    this is the start of mine. i don't have any finished pics



    sickness!!!!

    question ?? how are you routing the wires that are close to the firewall???

    I just hid the the left side of the wires and ignition box inside the right fender but thats about it.
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    Dead thread revival! Any updated pictures out there? I am getting ready to do this to mine since snow is flying, and I am curious how people routed / relocated things. Any pictures appreciated.
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    I am want to do the wire tucking this winter. So any pics or write ups would be helpful. My wiring is all stock.
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    Quote Originally Posted by brianj View Post
    Dead thread revival! Any updated pictures out there? I am getting ready to do this to mine since snow is flying, and I am curious how people routed / relocated things. Any pictures appreciated.
    If you want to share, keep the secure stuff private on your computer,


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    Dirty rats!

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