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Old 08-20-2005, 06:38 PM
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I HAVE A 1987 CAMARO TPI 350 . I HAVE THE STOCK WIREING HARNESS. i AM GOING TO PUT IT IN A 35 FORD DOES ANYONE HERE EVER REWORK THE STOCK HARNESS. WILLING TO PAY TO HAVE IT DONE
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Having built a few of the 35-41 Fords, I will throw out something for you to think about. First, your 87 TPI is a Mass Air Flow system, meaning you have to do some innovative plumbing to install the MAF sensor (very little room in front of the motor. You may want to consider utilizing the Manifold Absolute Pressure system (MAP). Second, if you are willing to pay someone to do the wiring, then I recommend you buy the Painless wiring harness and do it yourself. Their instructions are complete and there is no way to screw it up because the connectors are all different and will only plug in where they belong. (exception is the ground wires and the battery power wires)

Good luck. You will love it when finished.

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