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Painless Wiring
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Re: Painless Wiring 5 years ago #18883

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On its way.
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Re: Painless Wiring 4 years, 12 months ago #18909

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I am looking for the wiring diagram as well, can you send it to
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Re: Painless Wiring 4 years, 12 months ago #18910

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Looks like this may need to be posted to the tech articles?
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Re: Painless Wiring 4 years, 11 months ago #18941

Plus 1 for the diagram cbuzzeti, I need all the help I can get. Please PM me a copy o' dat!

While on the dashboard topic, are there ANY requirements to keep ANY of the original dash? I can't find anything in the rulebooks saying we need to keep it.

Pretty cool how a post that started long ago can come right back to the present and be so helpful, cheers!
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Re: Painless Wiring 4 years, 11 months ago #18942

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Send me an email to bajabuzz at yahoo dot com and I will get you the diagram.
2018 NASA 944Spec National Champ
2018 NASA ST5 P2 944 Nationals COTA
2017 NASA 944Spec WSC P3
2016 NASA PTD-944 WSC P2
2015 NASA GTS1 Western Champion
2014 NASA 944Spec Western Champion
2013 NASA 944Spec So-Cal Regional Champion
2013 NASA 944Spec National P3
2010 NASA GTS-1 National Champion
2010 NASA 944Spec National P3
2010 NASA So-Cal 944Spec Regional Champion
2009 NASA 944Spec National Champion

Re: Painless Wiring 4 years, 11 months ago #18998

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NASA rules do not require a stock dashboard. It is great if you get it removed as it take significant weight out of the car that is located in a high place. However it is not easy to get out. You should remove the windshield first as that will make it easier. You will have to plug up several firewall holes as well. I put in five gauges all analog fuel pressure, oil temp. water temp, Tach, oil pressure. It is not that expensive. If I had to do it over again I would have added a fuel gauge as well. As it is I have added one in the back by the filler nozzle. Removing the dashboard will also expose lots of wiring that can be eliminated as well. In the end I think the weight of the wiring was 25 plus pounds. Expect to take a lot of time removing the dashboard as it is not easy.
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