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post #1 of 19 Old 03-07-2003, 06:47 PM Thread Starter
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Hyper Ground System

any one have a grounding system? hp gains? ground points? thinkin about doing it, i've only heard good about it, thanks for any help
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I was told it can make a big diff. so after looking at hks website and seeing what it did for other cars......focus 5hp whp......supra 20whp....etc. I ordered it, so i'll tell you how it does after I install it.
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i have it on mine it does help some wut , i have felt a little better response out of the engine.
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i have read about it ,is it a universal set or a specific for the soobies ??what does the kit conssist of? i read that you need to fool arround w it to get the best results? how much is it ?
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there are 3 diffrent sets: small medium and large. universal, kits has every thing needed to make the grounds, you do have to test diffrent points on the car to get the best results, thats not to hard to do, and the cost is $98.50-$143.50.

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what ground points did you use? nad how long did it take for you to install,

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or you can just buy some 10 guage wire and ring cap for about $10
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Plus It looks really good

"natural is nice but i'd rather be forced and blown"
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il go w jason whats the gauge of the hypergroung system?
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What?! Damn that sounds expensive for some wiring. You'd think they were made by Monster Cable!

You can piece together the parts you need for less then $10 easily. As for results, some people swear by it, others think it's snake oil. I've got one ground on my car from the block to body and battery ground but I honestly don't know if it made a difference. If you spend $100 for wires you'll subconciously make yourself feel a difference. Hell, I would.

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What?! Damn that sounds expensive for some wiring. You'd think they were made by Monster Cable!
I used Monster 4AWG to make my own Hyper Ground system. I had a couple feet left over from running my battery wire to the trunk. Don't count on it making a difference you can feel. Not worth $100 or whatever they charge, I don't care what it looks like.

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HEY , IF U BUY IT , TELL ME WHAT IT DID AND HOW MUCH OF A DIFFERANCE IT MADE
I THINK ITS TOO EXPENSIVE FOR JUST WIRES FROM JAPAN.
BUT IF IT WORKS GOOD ITS WORTH IT ON A BRAND NEW CAR.
I DONT KNOW #@%#@%#@%#@% ABOUT WIRING , SO I DONT KNOW HOW TO HOOK IT UP I APPRECIATE ANY ADVISE
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Just run wires from your negative battery terminal to randon metal parts under teh hood. One big one will do, but do what you want.

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i should unplug the negative terminal always first right?
and plug back the positive first , then negative?
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i should unplug the negative terminal always first right?
and plug back the positive first , then negative?
Correct. For this mod, you don't have to remove ther terminal, just loosen the nut so you can out the new wires on.

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Go HKS circle earth all the way 130 bucks..cant go wrong
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