I know its been said before, but it definitely warrants another round:
Killer job man, super clean build done right- fixing all the little stuff so it doesn't bite you later.
Not gonna lie, my build is going to mimic this almost to a t...
I need all of the repairs you've done, I've just got other pressing issues that require a larger portion of funds
I have a lot of extra wires from the previous owner (an idiot who did his own "maintenance") that need to be removed and there's a lot of wire looms and brackets that are just simply not where they're supposed to be.
I'm hesitant to dive in headfirst on relooming the wiring harness because im worried I won't ever get it back together or I will have to take so much of the engine apart I'll have to drop more money on repairs to put it back together.
What do you suggest on that? Was it time intensive? Should I get a dedicated DD before I tackle it?
"Never miss a good chance to shut up."