and no point in taking the head off the forged engine n wasting the HG
i think thats a great attitude to have, like when you took apart the oil cooler, i have never really thought or cared what was in an oil cooler, but as soon as the picture was up i was studying it intently, it was actually interesting to see someone i had never seen before, and the silencer too, that was very interesting.aw thx so much nex, i treasure ur kindness:grinning:
i work on pollymobile driven with a deep passion and always try to do my best. i like stuff to be thoroughly clean n well oiled to work smoothly. luv taking things apart (destructly or non-destructively) to learn how they're suppose to function and the skill of reassembling em to work perfectly.
Just wire it to ignition switch, thats what i have done. Then just rotate the key to ON and wait till the wideband light stays on (not blinking), then start the engine.Forgot to mention I wired the lc-1 controller and xd-16 gauge to be powered from the 10amp red/blk interior light circuit since they only require least 5amp fuse and the feed is local...
Ahh crap. I just realized i wired the wideband to a constant 12v rather than an ignition switched 12v. Grr will have to rewire it human electronics error