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Old 11-01-2022, 09:22 AM
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Where did you source your connectors from?



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Old 11-01-2022, 12:36 PM
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I sourced everything from WireCare.com.
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Old 11-01-2022, 03:09 PM
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Wire are is a great supplier. You need to search all of what they have to offer. I used the F6 wrap & slit wrap. great stuff
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Wire are is a great supplier. You need to search all of what they have to offer. I used the F6 wrap & slit wrap. great stuff
Yeah, for sure. I was like a kid in a candy store, especially with the heat shrink boots…lots of cool stuff!
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Picked up the Nova today. Excited to be able to get some stuff done before it goes back in for final paint in February. Need to get all the trim and door guts mocked up just to be sure I don’t have any fitment issues and then hopefully on to some the fun stuff! Stay tuned…
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Old 11-23-2022, 11:14 PM
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Finally had some time to dedicate to working in the garage. Wanted to get the Holley accessory drive installed so I could see what needed to be done to get the radiator to fit. I knew it was gonna be extremely close but ended up having to remove the fans from the Entropy radiator. Their fans are huge both in physical size and output but I’ll need to find some lower profile units to get the clearance I need.

I managed to get the front/rear brakes installed and after that, I couldn’t resist sticking the wheels on there. I knew the rears would be a pain to install given the quarter panel shape and it didn’t disappoint…between the brakes, fat tires and lack of suspension sag, if I ever get a flat tire, I’m gonna be in it deep!

Anyway, thanks for looking and Happy Thanksgiving!
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Looks killer with those wheels! Happy Thanksgiving.
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I agree. Looks killer. I really dig the wheels.
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Car looks killer.

I ended up making a wiring specific tool box and wow does it help. Since all the tools are fairly light you won’t need a heavy duty box.

And yes I spent hundreds and hundreds of dollars at wire care.com.

If you have spare time when the car is at the body shop look up Ryan from Rywire as he does some amazing stuff.

Also get yourself a Dymo label printer and printable heat shrink tubing and clear to protect it. It has saved me hours of time as I know what every wire in my car is.


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