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Earthing Grounding Kit Installation


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Hey All,

Just got myself a set of earthing kit and was wondering how to properly install it.

It came with 5 copper blue wires different sizes, a bracket and some bolts.

I was just experimenting around with it but not 100% sure where to connect it to.

The bracket is the center piece with 3 holes to fit the bolts.

Ok, this is what ive done.

- 1 wire connect to bracket to alternator

- 2 wires connect to bracket to engine

- 1 wire connect to chasis of the car

- 1 wire going to connect to starter motor but not exactly sure where abouts is it located in the engine bay. (Any pics of the starter motor would be great)

Anyway, that is what i have done. Supposingly will gain 4rwkw just from this grounding kit proven. Is this the correct way to install it? any help would be great!

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is that the same thing as this?

T.M. Works Powered Earth Cable

Basically you're just earthing all the ancilliaries and the block again with very low resistance cables? I don't doubt the car would run a bit better and start better when it's warm or whatever but give it 4 more rwkw, that's pretty sweet.

The position of those straps sounds good, just the one on the starter transmission and you're laughing ;)

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