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    Senior Member RACING JUNKIE
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    Wiring

    Hey guys, just finished my 2nd wiring job and thought I'd share some photos of it with you.

    Heres how it started


    Then to this






















    David Lanning
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    Senior Member MASTER BUILDER
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    :shock: wow, awsome job hammer! That looks cleaner then brand new Mercedes.

    I dont think I would have the patience for all of that, but that doesnt look like a cheap fiero either.
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    Senior Member RACING JUNKIE curtisreed's Avatar
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    David,
    I've done a lot of wiring myself and you have done a great job. There are people who get paid to do that and some of the jobs I've seen aren't that nice.

    Curtis

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    Senior Member RACING JUNKIE
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    Thank you guys it took a little time getting the wires straight but really from start to running wires through the chassis, mounting everything and wiring it all I had around 30hrs in it. I am very please with how it turned out. Seems like every car I wire I learn a few more things I'll change the next time I do it. Thanks again
    David Lanning
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    Fleenor Racing Transmission
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    Lanning Electric
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    Wiring

    Great looking wiring job. I'm sure the tech inspectors will love you for it too. As professional looking as any I've seen.

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    Looks really nice David, well planned and laid out, very professional looking job. :wink:
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    NO, NO ,NO,---YOU GUYS JUST DON'T UNDERSTAND :x :x :x ---HE ISN'T GOING TO RUN THIS ONE [ THIS ONE HE LEAVES IN THE TRAILER FOR PEOPLE TO LOOK AT :lol: :lol: :lol: ]----ONLY KIDDING DAVID----GREAT LOOKING WIRING AND WORKMANSHIP :lol: :lol:---LIVELY

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    David,

    I do have one question about the last photo. Is that black cable or hose, and is that grey spooled cable for a data recorder? The reason I ask is I always try to isolate trigger, or data cables from power.

    Curtis

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    Senior Member RACING JUNKIE
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    No data recorder for me, the black is the battery cable to the back, the gray is the wire from the switch panel to the circuit board, saves from needing to run wires upto the switch panel itself.

    thanks
    David Lanning
    IHRA NHRA 387B

    Fleenor Racing Transmission
    419-280-1406
    Lanning Electric
    Complete Drag Car Wiring
    APD Race Engines
    www.apdracing.com


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