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Does anyone make a replacement wiring bundle for the engine bay? Not just stock, but something that improves the way it looks...FRPP maybe?
 

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Not just stock, but something that improves the way it looks...
Yea, me. For the 94-5 to 96+ intake upgrade the wiring harness needs some customizing.


This is the plastic cover for the 94-5 harness that needs to be opened up.


This is what it looks like after cutting and pasting for the PI swap.


This was one of my better harness configurations on a '95 with a '01 motor swap.
This harness re-config took me a full day and night. I really wanted it to be as clean as I could get it.

What exactly are you looking to do? Is this just for looks? A new 94-5 wiring harness cost's over a grand today so be very nice to it.

-Scott
 

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Dr., that's what I'm looking for...

I just want to look into the engine bay, and have it look neat. The images that you've posted hit it right on the money. Your work is incredibly detailed and precise, and I wish I had just a trace of your patience.

The colors on the heat shielding looks great, good idea.
I was looking at one image of the underside of your car, and it was color coded according to what was running through it. Is there significance to the color coding under the hood?

I can't imaging opening that bundle and reworking all of the wiring. I'm going to keep the head stock for now, so I guess I won't need to get into that. Maybe I'll just buy 10 miles of heat shielding and see what I can do with that for now.

Am I reading your reply wrong, or do you make a new wiring bundle IF the PI head swap is done? Why is it different?

Thanks for the reply good Dr.
 
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