mm's nitrous mod
to shave some weight, this is round 2 of the wiring:
dont do it, too much work! the wiring, looms, clips, in the 3rd pic only weighed 6lbs 11oz. i probably pulled out another pound maybe 2 at most with all the abs wiring. i pulling the emissions wiring out from the fuel system, getting rid of the inertia switch, egr wiring, and whatever else i can.Please don't give me anymore ideas..........
I've got enough crap to do already.
well, you might as well do it as well since we both seem to be doing the weight loss thing.
yeah, but i trying to shave every ounce just to make up for keeping the a/c system. hell, i'll be going on a diet to try and shave 25lbs myslef by end of season. and hell i only weigh 160.I'm gonna put on sweats tomorrow, run a few miles and be set. That's about 6lbs off my ass right there.....
who needs a/c :shiftyeyeswell, you might as well do it as well since we both seem to be doing the weight loss thing.
yeah, but i trying to shave every ounce just to make up for keeping the a/c system. hell, i'll be going on a diet to try and shave 25lbs myslef by end of season. and hell i only weigh 160.
eh, it may come out. i leaving it for now beacuse i know my son will want to go out in the car and i will take it on road trips as well if i cant get the car sold.who needs a/c :shiftyeyes
eh, little overboard. i going to try and change wire routing in he engine compartment as well. try to hide what i can.wow......wiring is tedious and painful. Especially when you have to go through some one elses wiring. I give you credit, thats alot of work for 6ls . If your redoing all that you should use some mil spec connectors leading to the engine wiring etc. That way makes it easier to unplug and remove. This one guy did it to his Honda Amphenol / Mil-spec connector guide - Honda-Tech Cheapest ones I know of are from PEI Genisis. Tyco Electronics also makes some but they are all plastic, they are called CPC connectors.
Probably a little overkill but I thought it was a cool application.