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Old 07-05-2004, 10:43 PM   #1
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Grounding Kit For SPI Questions

I've done some searchs on this board and the sentra board (for my SE-R) and I'm sold on the grounding kits. In fact I bought on for the Sentra for $45 with shipping..

Two questions, it seems like the only onve available for the focus is like $115. That's pretty steep for the gains that it gives IMO.

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Least expensive place to buy these wires and

Correct grounding points? On the sentra I went from the block to the alternator to the strut tower to the thottle body to the chassis to the battery. Does this seem like the right route? Please give some advise on this for the SPI.

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Old 07-05-2004, 11:13 PM   #2
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All the grounding points are pretty much the same.....and check ebay for the grounding kit.

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What kind of gains are we talking about. Like is it some thing that you'll feel in your seat.
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Just reviving and old thread. Are there any advantages to doing this on the SPI? Does it make things run a little smoother?
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Old 10-02-2008, 09:08 PM   #5
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If your OEM grounds are poor and failing, then you'll see am improvment.
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If your OEM grounds are poor and failing, then you'll see am improvment.
hey there, turbo man! hehe kidding, but like what exactly by "improvement?"
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Improved Idle and throttle response, and everything electrical on your car will work better.
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hmm.....that'd be worth it.....I think
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so its like the big 3?
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no there talking about just a replacement. the big 3 is better though
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