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Old 07-28-2010, 03:17 AM   #1
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Stand alone wiring harness

I am installing a 1992 5.2L Magnum V8 into my 1975 Dodge Ramcharger. The engine is carburated at the moment but I picked up a 93' that I want to take all the injection stuff from and swap onto mine. The 93' block is toast by the way. I have read that carburated can produce more power but I'm looking at it at the angles of off roading that I frequently encounter. I am tired of flooding out a step angles.

I need a wiring harness that will run the engine only that I don't need to totally tie into my existing wiring harness. Possibly a place that can even re-flash the computer to get rid of sensors and stuff that I won't be using.

Thanks for any input that ay of you may have on this topic. Hopefully someone has done it in the past.

By the way I already contacted Painless. They don't do it and couldn't point me in any direction towards someone that might do it.
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Check this system out. Its called Mega Squirt . Its a stand-alone FI system designed to use "off the shelf" parts to FI almost anything.
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