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    As the pipework is nearly finished the next job is to do some wiring....and I just love electrics...NOT! However I do have the loom from the donor XJ-S and so I thought that I could reuse some parts, of course it is not quite as simple as I had cut the loom to get it out...So I laid it out to see what was there.

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    The wiring on the right is the ECU and fuel injection "stuff" so that goes back in the box. The wiring to the centre console is for electric windows...back in the box. Now the rest is being stripped for identification and possible re-use.

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    EGG citing !
    Medusa + injection = too much torque for the dyno ..https://youtu.be/qg5o0_tJxYM

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    Quote Originally Posted by ivanhoew View Post
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    Well it was quite pleasant sitting in the garden, in the sunshine...and stripping off........the black tape round the old loom sections!

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    eeew...oh...wait ...ok.. thats ok .
    Medusa + injection = too much torque for the dyno ..https://youtu.be/qg5o0_tJxYM

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    The other brake parts arrived yesterday and so I fitted them today and I now have a fully piped system, but I now need some more fluid to finish off the brake bleeding process. Still, it is progress.

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    I've got brakes!....all round!
    Well probably, as I now have a firm brake pedal with lots of travel left, so until I get it out of the garage and rolling, I won't know how good it is.

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    Back to electrics and I have started with the easy bit first - just laying the wires around to the front lights. As I want to be able to remove the complete front end all the wires will go through an 8 pin connector block. Once it is finalised I will wrap it in tape.


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    Hate tape, I would use conduit / sleeveing instead . Heat shrink joints ,solder as well . Wish I was closer I would come and do it for you. Vehicle Wiring Products are good for correct crimp terminals , connectors etc . Back in the 80s the amount of drag race cars that failed to run due to dodgy wiring made me learn to do stuff correctly .

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    Sorry Budetta but tape it is, however I have fired up my trusty soldering iron and found the heat shrink tubing so all is not quite lost.....and thanks for the thought of helping.
    It is getting tidier now.





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