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post #1 of 24 Old 03-22-2010, 02:10 AM Thread Starter
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Does anybody have this on their Versa? I wanna see if I can make my own possibly.
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I don't have this on my car, YET... but since it seems like an easy and inexpensive thing to go, I may.
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gee dosent this look familiar i remember i was intrested in a kit that one of the guys from the forum we should never talk about on here but nobody went for it

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gee dosent this look familiar i remember i was intrested in a kit that one of the guys from the forum we should never talk about on here but nobody went for it
Did you end up installing the kit on your car?
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I'm gonna measure the distances of the grounding points. I called up a local audio shop for 4 gauge wire. They sell for $3.50 per foot, kinda seems much, but gotta measure to get enough. Then ring terminals are $2 each, 5 ground points, so $20 for ring terminals alone. Hmm I'm thinking I should buy the kit and save me some time and hassle from making them
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It sounds like it could exceed the cost of the kit... You're right, it comes down to how much of a hassle you want to go through too.
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I just ordered one, when I get it I will let you know how the install goes. Figure this cant hurt with all the electronics in the car.

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http://www.flex-innovations.com/raw.htm

they made our grounding kit for our mazda...follow the link and you can buy the stuff in bulk
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I just ordered one, when I get it I will let you know how the install goes. Figure this cant hurt with all the electronics in the car.
Ah arite cool. Its only for the engine grounding, better distribution of the power there will help the electronics for the rest of the car, especially your pounding system lol
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they made our grounding kit for our mazda...follow the link and you can buy the stuff in bulk
Sweet link! Thanks!
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I suggest a grounding kit and a voltage stabilizer




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