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MikeB 
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MikeB
Loc: Plano, TX
Reg: 08-28-03
04-05-16 09:28 AM - Post#2619678    

Was just looking at the detailed instructions for your Highway 15 and Power Plus 20 wiring kits. They make my friend's kit and instructions look like a joke. (EZ-Wire or something like that.)

What are the major differences between your Builder, Highway, and Power Plus series kits?

His car is a 37 Chevy with most of the usual hot rod stuff: 350 engine, 700R4 trans, HEI, electric fan, Ididit column, power windows, locks, and AC.


1982 C10 SWB pickup: Unmolested base truck, original paint. Originally had 250 six and 3-on-the-tree
Now has 355 with Vortec heads, RamJet roller cam, LS6 beehive springs, TH350
Retired, but working part-time on 50s-70s cars & trucks.


 
aawtech 
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04-07-16 11:50 AM - Post#2620121    
    In response to MikeB

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  • MikeB Said:
Was just looking at the detailed instructions for your Highway 15 and Power Plus 20 wiring kits. They make my friend's kit and instructions look like a joke. (EZ-Wire or something like that.)

What are the major differences between your Builder, Highway, and Power Plus series kits?

His car is a 37 Chevy with most of the usual hot rod stuff: 350 engine, 700R4 trans, HEI, electric fan, Ididit column, power windows, locks, and AC.



The 15 is a smaller kit than I would recommend for what you are describing. I would suggest the 22. It has the relay for the electric fan right on the board. The 20 is a larger kit too, but I do not like them in a 30's type car. You are much more restricted with how they can be installed. The Highway series is the way to go, and the 22 is what you will need.

Donny



 
MikeB 
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MikeB
Loc: Plano, TX
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04-09-16 06:36 AM - Post#2620467    
    In response to aawtech

Thanks


1982 C10 SWB pickup: Unmolested base truck, original paint. Originally had 250 six and 3-on-the-tree
Now has 355 with Vortec heads, RamJet roller cam, LS6 beehive springs, TH350
Retired, but working part-time on 50s-70s cars & trucks.


 
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