Originally posted by Nemasys
Alright a couple of people have been asking how to install these. Sam sent me a message the other day asking me to tell him how I did it. So I decided to write a "How to" on it. Now I got the real kits cuz I'm lazy (like 400$) but you can easily make your own using 8 gauge wire for a fraction of that price.
This is what the Hyper Voltage System looks like (you can ground the car without the Voltage System but I took it because it hooks up to the Gounding Kit and the 2 together give maximum performance)
As you can see the Voltage System hooks up the battery terminals only
One of the wires goes from the Voltage System to the chassis
Another to the engine block (I used the little bolt to the right side of the exhaust mani)
The 3rd wire goes from the Voltage Kit to the alternator
I used the remaining wires to go from the alternator to the chassis again then from the chassis to the throttle body
Shots of the entire system
If you don't have a Hyper Voltage System, you can start your 1st wire from the negative battery terminal or a good ground from the chassis.
Denis says: great how-to, but did i understand it corectly?
negative to chassis
negative to engine block
negative to alternator
alternator to chassis
chassis to throttle boby
the last one seems kinda wierd, why do we need to ground the TB? and what gage are the your wires, and would 8 gage be ok?
thanks again for a great how-to
Nemasys responds: The wires dont all have to start from negative, they can simply follow each other, last one is because I had 1 spare wire so i used it there. You can basically ground it anyway you want there are many ground points. About the wire size, I've seen that twice now but it is clearly written in my 1st paragraph that you can use your own >>8 gauge<< wire for way cheaper then a real system. Have fun! :P