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    congrats man, breaking barriers!!

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    Yes, according to the specs, those cams are pretty good.

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    Damn You need to do something with those wires.
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    Lol mine looks even worse. What'd you do with your wires?

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    First I wrapped all loose wires with wire conduit and electrical tape then rerouted them underneath the lower intake manifold like so.



    Then when you install the upper intake manifold it will conceal most of the wiring.



    When routing your wires this way it is critical that you cover your wires with conduit to keep them from heating up and increasing resistance through the wire.

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    Thats exactly what I was planning to do, putting the wires beneath the runners. Did you need to lengthen anything to tuck the wires underneath?

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    No but my battery is in the trunk so I had lots of slack.

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    I really want to relocate mine to trunk.

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    why did you move it to the trunk?
    Pass em in the low groove 3 wide

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    Is this with the stock diff? Id love to see your times with an lsd, and slicks. I bet you be low 13's. Good job man.



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    Quote Originally Posted by 99fordzx2 View Post
    Is this with the stock diff? Id love to see your times with an lsd, and slicks. I bet you be low 13's. Good job man.



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    Yah, street tires and a stock diff. Once he gets LSD and slicks, he will be low 13's almost for sure.
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    Gotta see some more vidz of this thing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CrashAction55 View Post
    why did you move it to the trunk?
    I moved it to the trunk for two reasons the first was to have extra room in the engine bay for my turbo. The second was to get closer to a 50:50 front to back weight distribution for autocross.

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    i figurerd it was either autocross weight bias or some form of racing

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