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the kit should arrive the first week of july. hopefully ill have my car in the shop by the end of july or early august
took off the wheel well plastic and moved the engine harness so i would have clearance. i techflexed it and then wrapped it in electrical tape. i moved it up and somewhat behind the top most metal i saw. if i see rubbing marks on it ill wrap it a couple more times in tech flex and electrical tape and it should be fine.
i had to downgrade to a 4awg to connect my 2nd battery. i planned on routing my 0awg underneath the car, but didnt see any spot to route it through and it was too thick to route on the drivers side inside the car. if anyone has any idea on how to run it underneath please let me know. i guess ill have to route it into my sideskirt after the body work if there is no other way.
i was really surprised that i could fit 2 3/8" air lines, 4awg wire, rca's, ethernet cable, and a couple remote power lines on the drivers side.
techflexed the airline to resist heat
the stuff thats gonna be hooked up tomorrow! (a nice birthday gift to myself)
the wiring for the ecu/relays/compressors shouldnt take but 15min. the rest is just plug and play.
The nice shinny part looks so out of place beside all the dirty parts. lol!
1996 Lexus SC300/MT
1989 Toyota Supra Turbo/MT
-ARP hardwear from top to bottom-JE .020 over forge pistons-Eagle rods-Balanced-Blitz BOV-Apexi air filter-HKS VBC boost controller-Cooleeze maga mouth downpipe-Custom 3" test pipe-RS-R GTII cat-back exhaust-Blitz turbo timer-Prosport EGT, and Boost gauges
I would seriously recommend not using "push-in" fittings right off your bags(more tendency to leak)...and definitely don't use conventional airlines right up to the bags in the wheel wells. Use some high pressure hydraulic lines in the wheel well area as that will take the most abuse for movement and road debris. Steel braided lines are "ok" if need be. Just looking out for ya...as I did that setup a loonnngg time ago and it caused many headaches.