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Old 02-21-2006, 20:42   #1 (permalink)
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Hey,

Like I've said in other posts, I'm relativly new to modifying a stock system. So far, I got a K&N air intake system, have a magnaflow cat back system on order, and now I've heard of something new (to me anyway)..

A grouding system that mounts to the negative terminal on your battery, with wires attached to various locations under the hood. The alternator, engine block, etc. A guy I know who put on in his honda claims the engine idles better, and feels a little differance in the cars performance.

Online, they claim more horsepower, more effiecent gas milage, etc.. Anyone have any thoughts or experience with this?
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Hey,

Like I've said in other posts, I'm relativly new to modifying a stock system. So far, I got a K&N air intake system, have a magnaflow cat back system on order, and now I've heard of something new (to me anyway)..

A grouding system that mounts to the negative terminal on your battery, with wires attached to various locations under the hood. The alternator, engine block, etc. A guy I know who put on in his honda claims the engine idles better, and feels a little differance in the cars performance.

Online, they claim more horsepower, more effiecent gas milage, etc.. Anyone have any thoughts or experience with this?
Just run a 10mm from the -ve to the back of the head on the manifold , will run$10.00 and its all you need.
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Y'all have got me interested...how's it work?
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