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who manufactures TPI wiring harnesses?

Last year I bought a TPI wiring harness at a swap meet. THe seller had NO idea what the harness was for.. but the connections were identical to those on a chevy tpi.. the PRICE was super nice, and the design of the item made it obvious that it was aftermarket.

I brought the harness home, and set it up with my extra TPI intake manifold and alas all the wires were accounted for.

I have done some research, but as of yet have not been able to identify the specific manufacturer.

the harness has the following traits.

all black wire (does NOT appear to be a painless kit)
set up for the MAS AIRFLOW. sensor.

8 injectors ONLY (no 9th start up)

AND has a Switch which seems to be designed to engauge / disenguage the trouble light (i am thinking that the switch eliminates the need to ground the PINS in the ALDL)

perhaps someone here might have an idea who may have manufactured something like this?

fwiw it will be going in this: http://recycled40fordwoodie.blogspot.com/

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E-Z Wiring out of Florida makes a lot of different harnesses. Their old stuff was all one color, usually black.They make a good quality product from my experience. I'm not really sure if they are in business any more or if they have a web site. Hope this helps.

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