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Old 06-15-2015, 11:08 PM
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The slow and boring process of me fixing up my old 94 3.4 camaro

replaced the rear hatch struts today 06/15/15




A few pics of the hookup of the big power wire i ran about 3 weeks ago







150 Amp ANL fuse holder. Was semi-difficult mounting that sucker





Wire covered so as not to spark on anything

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Old 06-16-2015, 10:02 AM
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I see a potential problem with your power wire.

you connected to the power disto block but the wire going to the disto block is considerably smaller gauge. I suggest you do the big 3 mod as well.
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Old 06-16-2015, 11:28 PM
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they are both a 1/0 gauge wire. one is just different brand
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Nvm i see what your talking about the wire feeding that stock distribution block under the hood
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yeah

shorter wires have less voltage drop but that looks to be 8 gauge which is small in comparison.

you can use 2 ga or maybe even 4 ga on the batt>disto and it still feed your 0/1 gauge just fine.
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i first thought you were speaking of the blue & grey wire lol
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I see a potential problem with your power wire.

you connected to the power disto block but the wire going to the disto block is considerably smaller gauge. I suggest you do the big 3 mod as well.
Good eye.
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i first thought you were speaking of the blue & grey wire lol
Blue and Gray is perfect colors lol


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Good eye.
indeed. since i've modded lot of my car in the electrical part i recognize things like that. Courtney said I'm autistic.. im starting to agree lol
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I just purchased a 98+ SS style spoiler
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sweet!
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