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Old 02-13-2008, 08:34 PM   #1
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With the PCM conversion, I did not need to route any control wiring over the supercharger...so I decided to reroute the ignition wires in their place. All that is, is aluminum L-channel, aluminum tabs, and some wrinkle paint

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Comment: You're missing your belts :P :P :P
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Oh...so THAT'* why my pants keep falling down...nyuck nyuck nyuck.

Belts will be one of the last things to go on the motor...I needed them off when I redid my 'charger, and to make rerouting the new power cables easier. I might radius the edge facing the front to make it a bit more appealing, though I do like the raw, fabricated look of it.
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Rounding it off would look a bit better IMO, kinda match the SC Fins

Thats pretty cool, I might try to do something like that

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100x better. I always hated those stupid little wires going over the SC
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Looks great - much cleaner that way.
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is that how long the #1 wire came or did you make that wire special.

Everytime i buy wires the #1 wire is shorter than....well nevermind
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where are the Zilla Motorsports decals on your valve covers..LOL I really like that crinkled metal look...Might give mine a coat of paint if i ever had to take them off...
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nice job that looks really good
IMO i would clean up ALL of the pulley as best i could

if not paint them or something
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where are the Zilla Motorsports decals on your valve covers..LOL I really like that crinkled metal look...Might give mine a coat of paint if i ever had to take them off...
Wren'* got that one trademarked...BUT...there'* always Zilla Motorsports East

Read Wrens post on this wrinkle stuff. It wouldn't benefit you unless you convert over to aluminum valve covers like we did. And while it looks good, it serves a higher purpose in heat dissipation...something us blown boys need.

Wake...yup, gonna paint me up some pulleys soon enough. But there are...other issues that need to be addressed first (like actually getting the car to run).
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