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Old Jun 7, 2005, 06:53 AM   #1
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Question ground kit install

i've searched and searched again but i cant seem to find instructions with pictures of how to install ground wire kits...i hate spending money on shops to install something that in the end is easy to install even by myself...



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OK...I just did this about a month ago and here's what I remembered from my custom grounding kit. Remember, this kit was made to connect end-to-end to the battery. Battery to factory grounding point near driver side chassis(any one will work). That to one of the couple bolts for the starter (another factory grounding point). That to the far right (driver side) coil screw (the ones that hold down the coil to the head cover). That to the far left coil screw. That to one of the mounting points for the alternator brackets. From that to a factory grounding point near the front-left portion of the head (near the plastic cam, etc. cover). That to a factory grounding point on the pass. side chassis (near, under, or around the A/C lines). Other than that...Good Luck.
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im talking about this one... has anyone installed something like this on their lancers?
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I've seen those on RA's but not ES's or OZ's.
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I bought one of those and just used the wires.

I did from point to point. Not the same ones as mentioned above, but the ones in that diagram that is somewhere in the forum. Seems to have done nothing. Waste of money. LOL.
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grounding kits are dumb
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I have heard good things about ground fusion's grounding kits but I don't have any experience with it myself, so I couldn't really say myself, but I've read some threads and read nothing but good things about them.
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i know pics please!!!!!
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just from kind of reading around a bit, I've heard that grounding kits are just about pointless unless you get a voltage stabilizer.
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I've installed that same kit, although I only hooked up at the factory ground points. (only 4 points that I could see) I also installed a CAI at the same time, so I'm not sure as to what the gains are, but between the 2 I definately notice mid gains.

I guess the ignition is a little quicker to start the motor as well.

Soon I'll be adding a few more ground points, and I'll let you know if it helps/hurts anything.
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I have the same one but in red with voltage stabilizer. instaled and all
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does anyone know how to make a voltage stabilizer? and if so pm me please, im going to make a grounding kit and a voltage stabilizer for my auto ls. auto sucks bad, but this will help me, i hope, but for a couple bucks to make it all couldnt hurt
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