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Old 07-31-2003, 09:40 PM   #1
 
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Default Stock Grounding points for 94' Accord

Trying to install my ground wire kit. Having trouble locating a few spots. I found the 2 wires leading from the negative terminal. And I found the 2 leading from the valve cover and motor mount. Are there more than 4 spots? any help is appreciated.
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Default Re: Stock Grounding points for 94' Accord (one clean ride)

what will the grounding kit do for you HP-wise or otherwise
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from what i read, there is about a ~2 hp increase, better idle, brighter headlights. But there are many who will argue it does jack.


Its a cheap mod, why not. Click the image to open in full size.
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how much did u get it for? Im thinking of getting a hyper ground system which costs around $120. Hit me up
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120??? Yikes...

anyone ever heard of a 4 or 8 guage wire w/ring crimps from block -> chassis. costs a whopping 1.20.
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I have. I bought about 10 feet of 8 guage cable w/clear casing, and some crimp on connectors, grand total, about $10.

And by the way, I have seen about 3 dyno sheets that prove the effectiveness of these ground kits
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just did part of mine today since i haven't got the new battery terminals. basically, i grounded the distributor, tb, and block. later, just upgrade the stock ground on the chassis and tranny. also upgrade the power terminal too. hope this helps. we did three ground kits today with my friend.
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Post some pics if any yall got them installed in the 5G accords.!
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anyone have a grounding diagram on a 4th gen for this?
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points where you mite considering connecting to are

tranny
intake manifold
valve cover
chasis
and run it off the negative terminal post
also driverside mount

i made mine for $35 bux
used 10ft 8awg black monster cable wire for a sleeper look cuz i dont want to get clowned on hahaha. bought it at tweeter for 75cents a foot
distributor block from $15 to 20 bux
and 1 4awg wire that runs from the battery to the distribution block and out to the mounting points where i listed.

screw spending $100 for hyper ground
tell u the truth i didnt feel anything , but i was like wat the heck. its better then nothing at all. ill try to post pics up if i have time. because of the busy scedule im on.
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do all ground wires need to attach to the - on battery?
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wow, i didn't know it would shrink that much. i guess tyr to copy and paste the url.

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not necessarly but it is good to connect to the battery. so that the battery can have extra ground or somt.
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Do you guys have any other close up pix? Click the image to open in full size.
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