Cool well I guessed wrong, I try to get as much as I can from driftmotion but with a budget I had to go ebay on a few items. I want to get this on the road soon but if I go expensive on all the parts I'll end up delaying the time it will be on the road. Right now the only thing delaying me is the harness. I've ordered the things I need to extend and repair the harness. I also am debating the way ill reloom the harness. I see many different ways out there and am thinking which way I want to do it.I did not, pretty sure I've only ever placed one small order with driftmotion.
Mine were also from eBay, parts looked good to me.
I do have a question on your looming. Did you have to remove all the connectors to slide the looming on? Is the looming good heat resistant? Finally where did you get the looming from?
All very good questions. All I can say is, I wish, Geez!I do have a question on your looming. Did you have to remove all the connectors to slide the looming on? Is the looming good heat resistant? Finally where did you get the looming from?
Lol busted. Nah its all good. I really really want to get the tweeks 1jz harness but just don't have $1200 to spend at the moment. Reason I'm spending time and tad bit money on my current harness.All very good questions. All I can say is, I wish, Geez!
You just exposed me. The "after" is a custom harness... purchased, so, after big bucks.
I've still got the before, but without the answers t all your questions, I failed.
I was saying WOW about the detail of your pieces. I still have wiring to do, but not to the degree you're doing.
Yeah I am thinking about longevity but was thinking that the tape dose not look as clean as a braided or plastic loom. And I'm concerned with the heat shielding with the braided loom so probably will be going plastic.For the loom there is the corrugated plastic tubing. The high heat version has a white stripe on it. You can find it online. That stuff is what toyota used originally. There is also the braided mesh loom. That's what debrucer is using above. It looks nice but longevity I don't know about. https://www.amazon.com/Alex-Tech-25ft-Protector-Sleeving/dp/B07FW3MKGH/ref=sxin_7_ac_d_pm?ac_md=3-2-QWJvdmUgJDIw-ac_d_pm&cv_ct_cx=braided+wire+loom&dchild=1&keywords=braided+wire+loom&pd_rd_i=B07FW3MKGH&pd_rd_r=af0246d6-729e-4dec-932e-172ea0d4c329&pd_rd_w=sgl2L&pd_rd_wg=VrMgZ&pf_rd_p=4ad7736a-c9f7-4bcd-8a16-bd943c26821c&pf_rd_r=F2E3S678VZRPZBH6MNCB&psc=1&qid=1591247906&sr=1-3-22d05c05-1231-4126-b7c4-3e7a9c0027d0
For the loom tape I would go with TESA tape. You can find it on amazon https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B016ZMXLEI/ref=ox_sc_saved_title_7?smid=A29KQN8I4JU5BK&psc=1 Tesa 51026 Highest Quality Heat Proof Engine Compartment Wiring Tape used by VW AUDI BMW
I also like the rubber self fusing tape as it holds up well under heat. I've used the butyl but there is also a silicone type that I have not tried.
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