You could Go with a Control Pack, Bosch ABS and make a harness for everything left and youll be all setHave you weighed the removed wiring/harnesses/modules yet?
Also, have you explored options for eliminating all the factory computers and stuff? I.e. aftermarket ECUs, etc.
For me the Bosch ABS was only a couple wires. Needs the Brake switch Wire, Power and ground and I want to say thats about it! I used 3 an Lines to install as well and Used the included harness.@honeybadger Main Body harness teardown is worth about 10lbs. Vehicle dynamics module and exhaust valve actuators were already gone and are an additional 2-3.
It's a lot of work but cleans up the cabin and eliminates a lot of zip tied pigtails.
I'm researching options for ECU's, mainly interested in driver adjustable Traction control. Interested in anyone's experiences.
Very pleased with braking capability and the Bosch ABS is a lot of cost and install complexity....
Will get the car back on the scales next week to check minimum weight and corner balance.
Several reasons:Just curious
Why didn’t you run coil overs and eliminate all of this when doing the build in the beginning?
Seems like a lot of extra work going back over just to remove everything you already installed once.
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Nick what about adding the MMR cooling bridge at the rear of the heads to balance water flow? I may do it when we pull my engine out to do pan/pump.At a minimum I'm planning Pistons/Rings, Valves/Springs and Retainers and likely Main/Rod bearings.
Anything further will depend on what we find. Fingers crossed....