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Wiring up 499's...

Old 04-06-2007, 02:26 PM
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Went & found some injector clips to run the srt4 499's on the SpecV 2day. Was told that clips from a 2000+ Ford or Chrysler product would hook up and they most certainly do. Found a 200? Ford V6 engine and went ahead and got the entire injector harness. Wanted to find out if I can wire them into the injector wiring of my car w/o having to cut them all apart, as in like injector by injector...Can I just like clip the the clips on the end off(V6=six clips..in case common sense owns u or ur not good at math) or one from each end? There is 1 extra different type clip wired into the harness itself and 1 bigger plug-in type hook-up also. I'm assuming that I'll need to clip these off, but I don't wanna make an *** of you or me, so I wanted to ask you guys first.
If ur ever in south GA(Poulan to be more specific) u should DEFINITELY check out Futrille's auto parts. You can't miss it if you go through Poulan. It's huge and just has car upon car upon car...He has a big shed (40X40?60?) with good engines and transmission, and a BIG PILE of engines that are not in RUNNING condition(meaning they won't run properly). He won't let you cut up a good engine, but if you can find what you want on the trash pile(u assume the risk of getting a part that MAY or MAY NOT function properly) he'll let ya get it for a reasonable. I took a gamble on the injector harness and got it for $25 He also removes any said, perticular value, items from these engines as well, such as turbochargers, superchargers, etc. etc. They get BRAND NEW ENGINES as well...Sittin' in the back of his main building(in front of the trash pile) he had at least 2 QR25's(engine in my car) sittin' on crates, still in the pastic bag. I saw @ least ten engines of differnt variety sittin' amongst those as well. I asked about the QR's before I left and the guy says the engines are brand new(u can look at em and tell) and they go for $650 minus the exhaust and intake manifolds, other than that they're complete. That sounds pretty straight to me especially since I don't think they're such a shitty engine like most every1 else does. ANYWAYS, good place, check it out, FUTRILLE's AUTO PARTS, POULAN, GA, BIG *** JUNKYARD AND GREASE MONKEY(both white and black or course) EXHIBIT...
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Old 04-06-2007, 04:20 PM
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Originally Posted by Dmc1
UM good low milage engines at the upull here are like 400 and engines in the yard wich are ok most of the time our 150 your getting your *** pounded.
FAGHAT, these are BRAND NEW engines I'm talking about...0 mileage head and block assembly with water and oil pumps...u would just need intake and exhause manifolds, and alternator and A/C(which usually doesn't get messed up anyway, so you already have)...So $650 don't seem to bad to me...
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Old 04-07-2007, 08:11 AM
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Originally Posted by CspecRun
Sittin' in the back of his main building(in front of the trash pile) he had at least 2 QR25's(engine in my car) sittin' on crates, still in the pastic bag.
That isn't a Honda engine, is it buddy?? Reading and comprehension own u....
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