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Old 10-31-2012, 05:14 PM
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Do you have any pictures of them off the motor?
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Yes, I do. Ill try to get some up.
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Thank you
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Old 11-08-2012, 09:27 AM
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Updates?
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Thats a great idea.
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I didn't see any on my computer, Ill take some, someday, but not a huge priority for me at the moment.
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Punisher, have you had this engine running? If so for how long? Any issues with heat down there?
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Originally Posted by -TheBandit- View Post
Punisher, have you had this engine running? If so for how long? Any issues with heat down there?
I did, I put 1500miles on it, zero issues
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Damn those are killer lookin! Gotta feel great buildin those yourself...wouldn't mind re-locating my coils on my swap i have goin in my mustang.

Great work and love the motor set up as well...all very well done!
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Old 12-05-2012, 06:44 PM
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That is a really clean install! I would worry about heat from the headers but I guess it works. Very nice
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Thanks

In real world testing on a 600+RWHP N/A engine, it was proven to not be an issue.
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Old 12-07-2012, 04:46 AM
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the motor looks badass..
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Old 03-15-2013, 07:51 AM
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Thanks for this information.I was looking for this one that is about mattress.

"Cuz chances are there's a mattress on a statue a tooth missing and $50,000 worth of poker chips in his pocket"
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WOW that is the best relocation i have seen... got me wondering how much room i have down there on the gto.
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Thanks man, this is definitely one of my favorite ideas. Cleans up the bay so well.
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Looks outstanding. Anthing new on the brackets? Have you started marketing them?
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Originally Posted by PUNISHER TA View Post
Hey guys,

Work is a bit slow today, so I figured I would start this thread, ill have to add pictures tonight.



Over the past couple months I have been working on a new coil relocation kit, one that is different than any others I have seen.

Rather than move the coils under the cowl, I decided it would be cool to drop them down by the oil pan,

I made my own bracket, which took a ton of trial and error, but I finally got a set of brackets that fits awesome, and is very rigid.

It mounts on the two lower engine mount bolts as well as one oil pan bolt.

I made my own spark plug wires, with 90* boots on the spark plugs,

It is so sneaky, you can barely see any portion of the system when it is all installed.

I did have to extend my ignition coil wiring, but that was a non-issue because I was already re-wiring my entire harness.


Passenger Side








Drivers Side














Front



My loyal helper







Which brings me to the second part of this thread

(This part may get lost in here, but I am not so full of myself that I feel the need for two threads)


I pulled off all of the loom and untangled all of the wiring back to the PCM...

from there I look at what route would be the best for each wire,

i.e. rather than have the TPS/IAC wiring come over the top with the injector wiring, I ran it along the drivers side oil pan, along with the cam sensor, coolant temp, alternator, MAF, 1357 ignition coil wiring.


Back to work, I will expand and add pictures later.

did you ever make more of these? I wouldn’t mind buying a set off you
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Bruhh this guy hasnt been active since the thread where the chopped the whole front of his trans am off at the firewall. That thread was a major letdown. Says hes been logged in this year but meh, I wouldn't expect much of him
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