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LS1 Coil bracket

I'm making the switch to an MS3 Pro Evo on my 240z turbo. I'm going with coil on plug (or coil near plug), so I decided on the LS1 coils. I designed and machined this bracket. It's pretty cool, because it uses the factory valve cover bolt locations to hold the bracket on. So there are no mods needed other than some longer bolts for the valve cover. I think I'll be able to neatly route the wires on the underside of the bracket (once I get that far).
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73' 240z. 3.1L stroker, JWT sport 400 turbo, JWT 450 hp fuel injection upgrade, Cartech intercooler, and custom ISKY turbo cam.
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I'm making the switch to an MS3 Pro Evo on my 240z turbo. I'm going with coil on plug (or coil near plug), so I decided on the LS1 coils. I designed and machined this bracket. It's pretty cool, because it uses the factory valve cover bolt locations to hold the bracket on. So there are no mods needed other than some longer bolts for the valve cover. I think I'll be able to neatly route the wires on the underside of the bracket (once I get that far).
WOW!!!

That is some nice, clean work!!

Now I'm envious.
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Excellent job. I love to see good fab work.
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