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Old 04-01-2018, 09:41 PM
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American Auto wire or Painless for a complete "re-wire"? Is one a better choice when doing a pro touring build up....LS engine, Dakota Digital, etc....?? I have used AAW in the past, just wondering if there is a better choice.
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AAW Classic Update will give you everything that you need
I have installed quite a few of them and great results

Give Matt @ Matt's Classic Bowties a call on pricing, usually where I get mine
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I have an AAW in my Chevelle, it’s a nice piece. Coach Controls is another option, it has some pretty cool features built in if you’re looking for some modern features. I’m considering using them for my ‘55 Chevy build.
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AAW with PSI and Dakota Digital ... you cant go wrong !
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We use AAW as well.

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Thanks for the input everyone..... just ordered my AAW update harness.
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Thanks for the input everyone..... just ordered my AAW update harness.
Let us know how it goes! Iím fixing my electrical around the end of this year and had the same debate as well between the two companies!
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Let us know how it goes! Iím fixing my electrical around the end of this year and had the same debate as well between the two companies!
You might want to check out our new Pro-Series line: http://www.painlessperformance.com/proseries/

It gives you a ton of length in the wiring so you can custom route however you please, then comes with all the connectors that '68 will use.

Check the installation manual out here: http://www.painlessperformance.com/Manuals/10414.pdf?
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Wow impressive directions that are extremely detailed. Im in the process of installing an AAW kit in a 69 Camaro but your directions have excellent detail and tips! Very nice Painless!
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