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Honda, Audi, Duratec engined variants
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Muu
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so yeah I have the Dash2Pro with the DL built in, so will feed an analogue in with the PLX and use it's narrow out for the Hondata.

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Trying to capture all the wiring changes into one design, so I've allowed for future changes etc.
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more bits of loom made up - The bit that goes over the head:

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Put the crank sensor on it's own breakout, so I can really seal that connector as it's a pain for getting water in.

Need to do throttle sub-loom, chassis pickup loom, gearbox breakout loom and then bring it all together again to the MIL
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clam off with the help of Mrs Muu:

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time to tackle this OE mess:

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strip it back:

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took engine out to get at the box

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Blimey - you've been busy !!
ade
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Not long till Easter ;)
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I'll be all good (famous last words)
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http://uk.farnell.com/thomas-betts/tc10 ... dp/1996540

this is what we generally use for zip/cable tie bases, bonded wtih RT125, as its generally done to raw CF so doesnt have a perfectly smooth surface.

cracking job, nice to see your using proper bits i.e DR
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muu.

is this what you've used for the battery connection?

http://www.polevolt.co.uk/acatalog/info_MIDI1.html

quite like that idea of fitting it on the bulkhead, as i refuse to spend £120 on a autosport panel mount battery connector.
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yeah got two of them on the bulkhead, one with the starter on, the other the alternator.

They then swing around to a carbon panel with a 2 pole binding post.

ps polevolt are great - amazing how it all adds up though.
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ok may as well use this as my build thread until I get my threads merged (one day!)

While the engine was out gave it a quick clean up, and replaced the knackered red hose with a wire reinforced black one:

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and wanged a new clutch OEM in:

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and while I was feeling flush ordered this to combat any understeer the diff brings

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but anyway back to wiring, this will be my new chassis plate where the engine loom meets the car (on Duetch DT)

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the engine loom will go via a MIL connector on the bulkhead:

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and will be wired back to this point:

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