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My39
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Posted - 26 Mar 2013 :  07:30:44 AM  Show Profile Send My39 a Private Message  Reply with Quote
 
Hi all I've just put a VN SS Commodore 5ltr into my 39 Chev I'm hoping to be able to use as every day driver. I'm also hoping to pick up as much info on how to splice the engine harness into the harness I built for the car.

Rick
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Posted - 26 Mar 2013 :  09:12:19 AM  Show Profile Send VNSVLE a Private Message  Reply with Quote
 
Welcome to the club buddy!!
Cant wait to see some pics
 

What's the difference between understeer and oversteer?
Understeer is when the driver is scared.
Oversteer is when the passenger is scared.
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Posted - 30 Apr 2013 :  7:20:37 PM  Show Profile Send Mechknight73 a Private Message  Reply with Quote
 
Don't know whether this will be useful to you, but there's a company called Gardner Engineering that sell ready made harnesses to fit earlier model Holdens. For example, if you bought their kit, you could wire up an HQ Kingswood to take a VS Commodore V8 without having to splice a single wire. They may give you some tech advice if you ask, as they're used to fitting "digital" engines to "analog" cars
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