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Grrr. I can't figure out how to get a power wire through the firewall in my '91 Sentra. I found a hole wiht a bunch of wires going through just above the hole for the clutch cable, but when I run a wire through it, the wire never comes out!

Anyone know how I should go about doing this?
 
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You need to sell your POS and get a REAL car, like a Civic HX or an Integra.


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1999 EBp Civic Si
FMIS intake
dual 12" tips
Koenig VillanZ
36" HiFi projection tach
Street Fyghter body kit
Axel back exhaust
Summit sticker pack
Type R valve cover: for less cam windage
Faux plastic designer replica intercooler
Football whistle on intake to simulate turbo
F/R: Steel wheels with OEM H rated tires/30" Chrome MOMO wheels with Kelly Chargers
 

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When I ran the boost gage,oil psi and amp power wire I just drilled a hole up and to the left of the brake master cylinder.

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I ended up drilling a little hole around where Mike did and it works nicely. My speakers sound much better with their new Arc Audio amplifier
 
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is that another cry baby HonDUH owner with a lot of stickers i see
 

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"Football whistle on intake to simulate turbo" At least a SR20DEt come turbo Stock..hehe... Wonder how a Street Honda or Acura performs against a Street Skyline GTR?? I LOVE NISSAN!!!!
 
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How does it run? It runs faster than that economy car, the Skyline. I frequent the 10s more than your sister's bedroom, BONE STOCK!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!.


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1999 EBp Civic EX
FMIS intake
dual 12" tips
Koenig VillanZ
36" HiFi projection tach
Street Fyghter body kit
Axel back exhaust
Summit sticker pack
Type R valve cover: for less cam windage
Faux plastic designer replica intercooler
Football whistle on intake to simulate turbo
F/R: Steel wheels with OEM H rated tires/30" Chrome MOMO wheels with Kelly Chargers
 

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Not sure if the B13's are the same, but in my B14, the factory wiring enters the cabin in the drivers side wheel well. Just jack up the front, remove the fender well liner, and that's where the factory rubber boot is on my B14. Hope it's the same on the B13. One easy way to tell would be to look at the battery. If it's on the right side of the car and the wiring enters a hole to the right of the battery, then it should be in the same place! Hope it works out, oh and I ran some extra large PVC braided nylon tubing through the grommet and sealed it with some silicone. This way, if I have to run more wiring I can just feed it through the tube and into the car! It works great!

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