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February 2006            

1932 Chevy , 350 Ram Jet Crate Engine

A 1932 "glass" street rod, fresh from the body shop is put on the rack for inspection and project planning. While Maximum Performance built the T-Com controlled 4L60E transmission, chassis wiring and exhaust fabrication lie ahead.

 

 

1932 Chevy , 350 Ram Jet Crate Engine, Turn-key factory EFI

A GM Performance Parts Ram Jet 350 was "folded" into the mix.  Lots of sparkle, lots of grunt, and factory tuned EFI promise out-of-the box performance. All we need is some wiring to get things going.

 

A Ron Francis Wiring system was used for the body wiring.  The fuse panel tucked neatly up on the inner firewall.

 

A minimal hole in the firewall is used to tie in the engine compartment.

 

The transmission control harness snakes in from the 4L60E, ready to tie into the TCI T-Com controller.

 

The T-Com controller is tucked up in the right rear quarter.  The door wiring is roughed in, terminating at a contact block which is mounted near the rear (hinge side) of the door.

 

An Optima battery is mounted in the rear.  The remote-actuated trunk lid is wired in.

 

The injector harness is cut to length and neatly terminated.  Ignition wires follow, and we can now move this toy around under its own power.

 

The dash is mounted and wired in.  Now it's time to look at the exhaust system.

 

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