I kept the 6 pin connection in the engine bay but tucked it away up and out of sight. this way I could disconnect and remove, if something ever happened to the fitech, without the need to pass the connection through the aluminum. I then have the wires that are from the other side of the 6 pin plug which go to the fuel pump relay, fan control, ignition, etc; integrated into a split loom that I put through the pass-through hole which is shared with the rear harness. Then those particular wires are separated to their needed location within the ds footbox area.
The controller plug ins hang loose under the air cleaner. If i ever need to run and drive it while checking the controller, I can close the hood over the cable and keep my eye on the screen. But that has never come up. I keep the controller in a box in the trunk.
Little early for this but just thinking ahead.
I have tons of wiring questions I just do not know where to begin and that's first.
However something way easier to deal with for after the fact.
I have in my possession
1. FFR kit issued dash support (piece of sheet metal)
2. FFR Center Dash...
Kit Purchased February 2006 received in April.
Completed July 2018. Received VIN from the State of Michigan in October 2018. Just about the end of the driving season here in mid Michigan.
Along the way there were a couple of moves and a retirement. To all you builders it is truly worth the...
I'm having some issues with my 1965 cobra dash gauges. I'm looking to upgrade to a better set than I currently have which came from a fox body donor car. I need them to fit into 4" and 2 1/6" holes or I also will have to change the dash. Anyone have some recommendations or ideas I can use much...
Winter is here, parked the monster. Always toyed with the idea of making a recessed area for the license plate, just about 1" deep, but nice, with strip LED lighting hidden inside the lip. Has anyone done something similar?
Any other trunk lid mods? Recessed third stop light? Custom latch...
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