i thought so... how would it connect to the battery?FatBoy4 said:ok so we dont get a battery terminal or connectors included?
well you could just buy your own or his, (they also sell them at walmart) but the cable is where the money should be spent! he is shrinktubing it and everything. there wont be any exposed wires.I'm also offering inexpensive battery clamps for $15 a set, which you can order on their own or in conjunction with a kit. They're gold plated with wing nuts to attach wires to. I highly recommend you take advantage of this if your battery clamps are corroded or cracking.
If you don't buy battery terminals, then one of the wires becomes an auxilliary battery ground and is connected to the bolt on your OEM battery negative terminal. That's what the nut and washers are for. If you opt to replace your battery terminals with new ones, then the ones I sell which have wing nuts and lock washers, the ring terminal on you new ground will simply attach there and you'll do away with your OEM battery ground entirely. Hopefully this makes sense. Trust me, I've made tons of these kits before and I wouldn't sell you something that you couldn't attach without buying more things.Toolapcfan said:I also provide stainless steel bolts, washers and nuts to replace those at the two OEM grounding points on the chassis and to replace the OEM battery terminal bolt. Instructions will be provided to tell you where each wire is installed.
Mine is as well my friend..kstrongsyj said:OK, I saw all the links in the sigs and it makes me feel special
Question....does this really do anything for stock car? I mean, my car is COMPLETELY stock at this point other than the stereo system I am in process with (which will be grounded VERY well on its own) I am interested, but I want to learn more about it first. Also, you guys all want black? I was hoping green might be available
I wouldnt be able to tell you the mileage on mine.. cause the odometer is broken LoLkstrongsyj said:How. Help me understand how grounding will improve gas mileage? I got 34.8 out of my last tank and I drive 80 with my foot down out of all stops. My car idles perfect and runs killer with 100,3xx miles on it. I guess I am trying to see the value in it. I am not going for bling under the hood or trying to do the cool mod thing, I want my mods to make sense and really work. I have to admit, this intrigues me cause I never thought about it before. :cheers:
............that wording is so much better than mine lol.toolapcfan said:I think the idea of potential for better gas mileage arises pimarily from the block having a better ground, which decreases the resistance, allowing the spark plugs to generate more spark by using the full amount of power supplied to them, which would give you a more complete fuel burn.