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Custom engine loom

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hey guys, anyone attempted a custom loom?

 

Currently gathering info and resources to build one for the CC (CE9A engine bay).

 

Any tips/advice/places to get cheap parts etc?

 

 

Thanks!


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Already a topic on this in e3 tech section.
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yep, i had a full milspec loom with all the fruit in mine, done locally in melbourne 


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I did mine with Springy Motors.
What ecu?

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oem ecu with ECM link baz.


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Oh. Should be easy mate if it is a stock loom. Why not just tidy up the oem loom?

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im running speed density, wide band, want to get a new/clean fuse&relay box, etc. Will be easier to make a new loom i reckon. Want to go Mil-spec for easy disconnect at the firewall.


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Can get the firewall bulkhead and adapt it to your current loom. They arent that expensive really.

 

Here is the one ive brought 

https://www.ebay.com...872.m2749.l2649

 

Currently in the middle of my DIY attempt. Can find the latest photo of my built thread. Cheapest place for almost everything ive found is http://www.motorspor....au/online-shop

 

Also for the fuse box the cleanest one Ive seen is a Bussman jobbie 

https://www.ozautoel...elay-panel.html


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4G63t Satria. Should be good.... ish.


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Ring Gary Rowe at GR Motorsport Electrics and see if he'd be happy to take on the work. He'd do a top notch job and it would last you forever.
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My suggestion would be to get Gary to supply and wire in one of his 12 channel Power Distribution Modules.  It would eliminate the need for fuses and relays etc and make your wiring job so much neater.

 

Whilst the initial purchase price might be a bit daunting - I can guarantee that by the time you buy relay mounting blocks, fuse holders, fuses, relays and start wiring it all in, you'll have wound up spending almost as much as what you would have been charged by a professional to put one of these 12 channel modules in.

 

Gary would also be able to supply you with all the bits and pieces you'd need if you were still wanting to do the job yourself and they are quality items.

 

Cannot recommend enough that you should give him a call.

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My suggestion would be to get Gary to supply and wire in one of his 12 channel Power Distribution Modules.  It would eliminate the need for fuses and relays etc and make your wiring job so much neater.

 

Whilst the initial purchase price might be a bit daunting - I can guarantee that by the time you buy relay mounting blocks, fuse holders, fuses, relays and start wiring it all in, you'll have wound up spending almost as much as what you would have been charged by a professional to put one of these 12 channel modules in.

 

Gary would also be able to supply you with all the bits and pieces you'd need if you were still wanting to do the job yourself and they are quality items.

 

Cannot recommend enough that you should give him a call.

 

 

Thats Fkn sexy.... But holy $$$ batman!


4G63t Satria. Should be good.... ish.


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Lol, sometimes feels like you need a Bruce Wayne budget to build a car these days!
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Shayne is a baller. Money is no object! Look at the quality of his build!

I would want one of those.... One day..

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Shayne is a baller. Money is no object! Look at the quality of his build!

I would want one of those.... One day..

** Thinking something about a pot and the colour of a kettle **  :P


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So Alex what did you decide to do with your harness on DIY anyway?


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