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however I bet they are for the 2 valve mustang coils- I am going even dumber than that by using the cobra 4 valve coils that have no bolt flange- just slip fit with plug retainers...
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But the main reason I chose to go with a one-piece harness was that I felt having a two-piece version didn't provide any real advantage. Engine pulls are rare. As it is now, I have to unhook about 14 sensor wires (instead of 1) from the EFI harness when I pull the engine. But they're all very easy to get to and it probably takes me about 90 extra seconds in a 2.5 hour job. And if I'm pulling the engine to do any sort of significant work to it, the two-piece harness would still have to be removed from the engine. Regardless of which EFI harness you choose, there's still the original engine harness from the car (for the alternator and various sending units) that needs to be undone, so you'll still be unhooking individual wires no matter which way you go. In all, I felt the benefits didn't outweigh the costs.

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I like to design for ease of major maintenance even though I also design not to need it.

You know you need clutches pretty often on high hp cars, so why not build for the fastest engine pull possible.
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In my infinite 24 year old wisdom , I decided it would be better to make my car a little quieter, so I changed up the exhaust system a little. I used two mufflers instead of one and now, its only slightly louder than a stock style, dual outlet B&B triflow system. The system is merely tacked together awaiting tig welding.

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I like the washer/ dryer turbo suction hose. Thats cool !
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Got to ask, what is the tube size of that muffler system?
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I like the washer/ dryer turbo suction hose. Thats cool !
Im glad Pegasus racing is entering the home appliances business- this one beats the hell out of the white ones from Home Cheapo...

As for the exhaust, it is 3" out of the turbo, then is a 3"-4" transition all the way out. The "exhaust tip" is the muffler I had before and now am using it as a secondary.
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Kris - another opinion on bulkhead connectors. I had weatherpak connector to make it easier to pull the motor and all I had was problems. There was interference across the connector that messed with a couple of sensors (a big one too - CPS) and one crimp wasn't perfect. I eliminated the connector and all my electric problems. It takes me just a couple of minutes more to pull the sensor plugs rather than unplugging a connector.

Again, another opinion.
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I like the washer/ dryer turbo suction hose. Thats cool !
Thats actually aircraft intake hose, typcally called SCAT or CAT hose. Designed for air intake hoses on aircraft, so its suited to high temps etc.
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