Nubs cut off the transmission.
KA Harness Rubber
New Gas Pedal and TAC Module
Pedal on the left is for a 05+ corvette and connects to the ECM directly, pedal on the right is for a 97-04 corvette and requires a throttle actuator control module (TAC) that connectos to the ECM and electronic throttle. I bought the 05 pedal first before realizing it wouldn’t work with my 99 vette ECM so I had to get a new pedal and a TAC module.
Installed a new Video unit in my Vehicross. I wanted a cheap video unit that fit well and allowed me to setup a backup camera as well as upgrade to navigation down the road and the Jensen VM9412 fit perfectly.
A minor update on the LS1 swap. I finished removing the LS1 engine harness as well as some other unnecessary stuff. I also got some new tools as well as a proper engine stand (though the motor isn’t up on it yet). The Fujii boys also stopped by briefly last weekend and pulled the starter motor, the Auto flywheel and the headders off… looks like a totally different motor now.
Next time I have a 2nd set of hands to help me I’ll throw it up on the stand (I don’t trust my ghetto-ass cherry picker to do it myself) then I can swap out the oil pan then drop it back down and throw on the new LS6 clutch… yummy
I also spent some time pulling off a bunch of unneeded brackets and other crap from the transmission and cleaned it up a bit while I was at it and mocked up the new transmission cross member.
My main attention now will be on the harness, I dumped all of the harnesses that I need to tie together into a big box and brought it into my office… looks kind of overwhelming.
Though spreading the KA harness out on the floor so you can see the whole thing all at once it doesn’t look so bad. Trimming off the KA bits will be the easy part… the hard part will be weeding through what is and isn’t needed on the LS1 harness.