Quick update, and questions at the end...
What I have left,
5.) wire the relay board, --
6.) drill a hole for the map hose to fit through fire wall -DOING TODAY
7.) solider the db37 (bottom one) for the sequential
7.a) run a single wire to alternator (I had a generator) -DOING TODAY
8.) start it hope it runs ok...
9.) after confirmation of everything and I get it tuned, then install bulk head connectors
I am running my wires through bulkhead connectors, do you all think that the alternator charge wire would put off to much interference if I run it through the bulkhead connector to so it will be
next to all my other MS wires?
I want all wires going into the engine bay to come through the bulkhead just cause it would look nice and be easy for any engine swaps.
btw don't buy fully universal spark plug wire kits, ie the ones where you put on both boots, make sure you buy the kits with the spark plug boot on already, then just cut to length and put on a coil end. It was a total BITCH to get those long strait gray boots on... I spent over an hour on each boot, except for the last one it took 5 minutes! @2:45 am The trick is dish soap!
, do not put ANY die-electric grease on them!!!