Build Thread My Never Ending 89 Notch Thread

Chuckman

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Amazon . Mesh split loom it was listed as like data cable loom . It’s what they use on my Holley harness so I wanted it all to match
I'll have to remeber that too, ive been using the convoluted stuff dor mine and it looks a bit like dog :poo: compared to the (mostly hidden) holley harness
 
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TOOLOW91

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I'll have to remeber that too, ive been using the convoluted stuff dor mine and it looks a bit like dog :poo: compared to the (mostly hidden) holley harness
Yeah mine is too for the most part . Just under the pinch weld and the Injector harness is it . I love how much cleaner it is
 

MikeH686

Mine is only two inches though.
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Just popping in to see.... andddddd it’s still not done yet .... sigh
 

TOOLOW91

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Still waiting on rack bushings . So yesterday I toyed around some . Got the tubular bumper support mounted and messed around with possible meth controller mounting with a spare bezel I had .


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TOOLOW91

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Offset rack bushings -1
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These things just don’t want to let me slide the rack on no matter what i try
 
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I assume you have tried the trick of slide half the bushing on the kmember, then put the rack on sliding it into the bushing, finally putting the front half of the bushing on? I just had to replace mine 2 months ago, and that trick made it "easier".
 

TOOLOW91

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I assume you have tried the trick of slide half the bushing on the kmember, then put the rack on sliding it into the bushing, finally putting the front half of the bushing on? I just had to replace mine 2 months ago, and that trick made it "easier".
Yes sir , had them about half way and it just didn’t want to go all the way down .

I also worked 12 hours followed by the gym then home to do some stuff and finally out Into the garage so my patience may have also been non existent
 
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:crazy::crazy: better than me...I wouldn't of made to the garage after that kind of day
 

TOOLOW91

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:crazy::crazy: better than me...I wouldn't of made to the garage after that kind of day
Seems it was counter productive but I tried . Lol

I want to be driving this thing come early spring
 

TOOLOW91

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We do too!!!!

Want to see this thing tearing up the track again.
Hell yeah . I just want to take it to work on a nice 70 degree day at this point . Windows down , stereo going and a couple fun runs on the way lol
 

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Rack , steering shaft and the stupid ass bushings are in . What a pain in the ass . The oil pan still just touches the rack so I may have to shim the motor mounts a hair . Once that’s done I can start hanging accessories on the motor and all that fun stuff
 

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Well if nothing else atleast it will look pretty right ?

Map sensor bracket and coil bracket

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