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    How did you do the TCS relocation and was it hard?

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    looks good! I also like the coil relocation.

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    thanks for the pics that helped out a lot i like the way it turnd out. im with suede on this one may be with a singal bar or the hotckes one would be cool.

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    Quote Originally Posted by T/A36 View Post
    How did you do the TCS relocation and was it hard?

    Its not hard at all, but its frustrating trying to get the PCM back when there is not as much room to work with. But if you dont want to ever use the TCS then you just dont extend the wires to fit. But if you want the TCS to still function then you just have to extend the wires to the plug to get back that far

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    Why the hell would you remove the bar?!!! It looks great.
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    Great job so far. You are doing a lot of thing I have never seen before, keep up the good work!
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    Lucky, I sent you a PM re: your empty holes along the fenders. Check out a hardware store to fine black plastic plugs for those.


    Quote Originally Posted by T/A36 View Post
    How did you do the TCS relocation and was it hard?
    It was a PITA for me at first, then I realized that I could just unbolt and remove the bracke that holds the PCM in-that made it MUCH easer. Reinstalling the PCM is tricky and you have to becareful not to scratch the fender.

    Lucky did it right by removing the plastic cowl-i didn't want to deal with that though.

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    New pics w/o the STB and a couple of TSS things in there, the others will be in later

    STB is for sale!!! $75 shipped in whatever color you want (I will paint it)



    Finally came out of the garage today


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    lookin good man, i think the stb removal really cleaned it up IMO.

    just some suggestions...

    pollished hood struts?
    something with the brake res.?

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    Quote Originally Posted by suede View Post
    lookin good man, i think the stb removal really cleaned it up IMO.

    just some suggestions...

    pollished hood struts?
    something with the brake res.?
    If you polish the hood struts, its a must to clear coat them. I polished a set of mine and they rusted within a month. Its not a secret how babied my car is and how it never sees any elements either.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lucky 13 View Post
    Its this kit from thunder racing (sponsor): http://www.thunderracing.com/catalog...d=185&pcid=273

    here are some better pics:

    Click for full size

    Click for full size

    still need to place the wires neater but you get the idea

    and here is a pic i didnt put up, EVAP Solenoid relocation: look by the red battery hookup (this will all be covered by TSS's engine kit)

    Click for full size
    Did you have to drill holes in the coils to run the threaded rod thru????

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    nope they are already in the coil

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    looks great. it seems that the coil relocation is a miserable bitch to do though. it just looks so cramped up there that i would just get frustrated and start breakin shit
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    wow looks really good

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    Quote Originally Posted by 00BlackTranny112 View Post
    looks great. it seems that the coil relocation is a miserable bitch to do though. it just looks so cramped up there that i would just get frustrated and start breakin shit
    Its not terrible, but yes it is cramped when you go to pull on the plug wires. However the valve cover can come off in 5 min. now

    Thanks for the compliments everyone!

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