IDRVSLO / TRACK / 08 SS TC **REGISTERED** #105

Briann1177

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This is just me, but you're still at a point where it's still easy enough to just pull the harness out and fix anything that is too short or long.
 

IDRVSLO

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This is just me, but you're still at a point where it's still easy enough to just pull the harness out and fix anything that is too short or long.
Yeah I can simply fix it in there. I had no additional room to move those left or right before I taped up. The only fix would be to extend them.
 

jamesm

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I had the exact same issue with the tunnel grounds not lining up with the existing stud. I just put another bolt in and moved on.
 

IDRVSLO

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Just moving along, got the clutch pedal in, then installed that tubing(forgot the car in the video was an auto). It was kind of a pain but I made it. The clutch pedal clears with no modifications. Hoping the wiring is good to go because I am putting it together like I am not taking it back apart.

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Lethalcast

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You're gonna need some grip tape on that kick panel to keep people from damaging that beautiful kick plate lol
 

IDRVSLO

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Nothing really new to report, spent the weekend organizing, tearing down my wire harness table and getting the car in a position to finish the build from.

Just bolted her in last night, does the pump orientation look good?
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ctuinstra

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I think the float raises toward the passenger side.
Correct. Make sure the float doesn't catch the baffle in the tank otherwise it won't work. I should bend my float rod some more. It shows full for a very long time and then runs out quickly.
 

IDRVSLO

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Flipped the pump and also trimmed that tab. I wanted to rotate the connector a bit more to go directly between bolts.
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