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    Quote Originally Posted by v8nutz View Post
    Wiring can be a pain. My problem is I get in a groove and have a plan and then get sidelined to another project and when I come back I forget what the heck my plan was.
    We could be best friends.
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    Heck! I was thinking we could be brothers!! LOL
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    Quote Originally Posted by v8nutz View Post
    Wiring can be a pain. My problem is I get in a groove and have a plan and then get sidelined to another project and when I come back I forget what the heck my plan was.
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    ".....My problem is I get in a groove and have a plan and then get sidelined to another project and when I come back I forget what the heck my plan was......"

    Oh yeah, I just finished 2 of the 14 circuits wired to the plug for the gauge cluster a little bit ago. Going to call it quits for today and head to the house. I'm sure I'll get right back on it tomorrow morning .......what could go wrong?




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    I seem to have gotten to the age where I hide stuff in my garage a lot ... where did I put that? Or looking through a drawer, wow, I didn't know I had that!
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    Hey Ryan, have a quick question for you.

    Is the dual quad intake on your 40 a factory Chrysler piece or a Weiand? Looking at pictures of the Weiand 7263 it appears to be an almost exact copy of the Chrysler dual quad so I was wondering.

    Yeah best laid plans, etc etc, I'm rethinking the Hot heads single 4 BBL intake in favor of Dual Quads because of height issues.


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