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12-03-2006 02:29 PM engine wiring
I tried to hide as much of the engine wiring as possible and make the routing clean, I think it came out nice considering the fan, water pump, 2 stages of nitrous and an alternator were used


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12-03-2006 02:26 PM wiring
I started wiring the car finally, I used a painless 18 circuit kit and so far it has been anything but "painless". It took me 3 days but I finally have it worked out and was able to fire the car again after a yr and a half


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12-03-2006 02:10 PM after paint
It took almost 6 months but I finally picked the car up from the paint shop. The paint job is great, it still need to be buffed and the doors aren't adjusted but the paint itself is great.


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12-03-2006 02:06 PM pre painting
At this point I made a cardinal car building sin, I didn't adjust everything before I took it to the paintshop. Now I'm trying to adjust everything to my liking after it has been painted.


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12-03-2006 02:00 PM undercarriage
This is a good shot of the undercarriage, I used a dr.gas x pipe and dynomax mufflers. You can also see the mounting for the steering rack. I used a local chassis shop to build my diff housing, the chrome-moly roll cage, the steering rack and to assemble the exhaust system. He did a great job and tig'd everything in place, all the welds and flawless. the x-pipe is a 3 and 1/2 in inlet into a 3 inch outlet, with the exhaust under the car at normal ride height there is still 5 inches of ground clearance


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