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Thread: Engine Wiring harness

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    Engine Wiring harness

    What are you guys using for an engine wiring harness? I am doing an LS swap in my 72 C10 and was wondering. I have a harness and ecm from the motor, did you send it out for a trim or did you buy a stand alone or is F5 supplying the engine harness. Thanks
    '33 Hotrod #448, HotRod Flat Black, Engine Turned Firewall,
    306, B-Cam, GT40p Heads, High Rise Shelby Intake, Dual Quad Holleys, Four Link 3.27

    FFR 2863, Arctic Silver w Blue Stripe, 306, Ported Polished Heads, BG575,
    3-Link, 295/50's on F5 Replica Wheels.

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    I used the donor harness and cleaned it up myself.
    Cheers,
    Dave

    GTM # 294 Build Start Date 10/12/2009,
    2000 C5 Donor, LS-1 Twin Turbo, AC/Heat, G50-20.02 6 speed, Brandwood Cable shifter
    Build site. http://s679.photobucket.com/albums/vv153/dfraser/

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    We have used the stock harness, modified by myself and/or another gentleman on the race team for the last few engines. The splices in the pink wires get a little annoying, but you should be able to use the stock harness if you just make sure to work carefully and double check all wire traces.
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    Iím going with an AEM Infinity Engine Management System with harness. Just because I like to make things difficult

    On a serious note, this system will allow me to do all kinds of cool stuff from tuning on the fly, traction control, and engine monitoring/saftey kill shut down with loss of oil pressure or a slew of other customizable settings.

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    I didn't mess with the wiring harness, I ordered one from Speartech. They are familiar with the GTM and will make you an OEM quality harness that is ready to go. I just didn't want to get to the stage of firing up the motor and if I had issues start to have to trouble shoot a frankenstein harness. I ordered the complete kits which was the harness, MAF, ECM and throttle pedal. Its pricey but like so many things on this build you have to decide whats worth it to upgrade and whats not...... like custom fuel tanks, infinity box wiring, cable shifter, transaxle cooler etc.

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    Thanks for the replies.
    '33 Hotrod #448, HotRod Flat Black, Engine Turned Firewall,
    306, B-Cam, GT40p Heads, High Rise Shelby Intake, Dual Quad Holleys, Four Link 3.27

    FFR 2863, Arctic Silver w Blue Stripe, 306, Ported Polished Heads, BG575,
    3-Link, 295/50's on F5 Replica Wheels.

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