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Old 08-05-2009, 05:04 PM   #1
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PLEASE HELP !!! : Black Betty Grounding Kit Install

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I have a Black Betty Grounding Kit v2.0 4AWG. I don't feel comfortable installing it myself. Can anyone in the South Florida area install it for me ? I will meet up with you and I'll give you 30 $ to install it . Please let me know. I am located in Boca Raton and willing to drive about 30 mins to meet up with someone . thanks
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Old 08-05-2009, 05:08 PM   #2
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seriously? is his guide not detailed enough, well im sure if you have any questions you can ask them here and someone will respond, his guide has pictures step by step perhaps you didnt see the guide?
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Old 08-05-2009, 05:13 PM   #3
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lmao... gotta be a joke.

It's easier than changing oil... or even installing intakes...

Just follow the instruction and you should be done in about 10 minutes.
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Old 08-05-2009, 05:16 PM   #4
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Its really easy amarcus. You just untighten bolts and you put the wire in and retighten them. Black Betty has great guides for them. You should be able to finish in like 10 min with a 10 mm socket.
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Old 08-05-2009, 05:18 PM   #5
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Just don't snap off any bolts and you'll be GTG
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Old 08-05-2009, 05:19 PM   #6
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Just don't snap off any bolts and you'll be GTG
Yeah or over tightening. I over tighten a bolt on the engine block and it snapped.
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Old 08-05-2009, 05:38 PM   #7
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yea, but I dont have any of the tools, and I've never really installed anything on my car by myself. I'd perfer if someone could help me but If not I guess I'll go by the 10 mm socket and stuff and try on my own.
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I say give Solisimo or UNV-It46 or kidcane a pm. They are the only G member that I remember that is in florida.

I say buy a whole socket set and if not then a 10mm socket and wrench. It would help you out big time in a long run. Once you do a mod by yourself. You get this great feeling where you want to mod more and you go on a modding spree lol.
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Old 08-05-2009, 06:05 PM   #9
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I just installed 2 at our meet this past Sunday and I don't even charge that much! It is pretty easy, but some folks don't have the tools or skill, or confidence in their skill, or whatever to install themselves. Some would just rather someone else do it in case something goes wrong. if you do it yourself, just take your time and follow the instructions. If you get stuck give me a call. I will PM you my cell number. If I'm available, I''ll try to walk you through it if you end up ding it yourself. You will feel a sense of accomplishment if you do it on your own and you will gain confidence to do more involved stuff on your car by yourself.
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Yeah keep us updated. If you can't find a installer. Buy the items and let me know and I will make a quick video.
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Dammit Betty I told you not to write the instructions in ebonics

These were how my instructions read: "See dis hurr wire right hurr? You finna bout'a have ta screw dat shiet in da ho. Den, you gotta getta lotta grease n shiet, n grease up the cot dam hole so da mafukkin screw can slide right up in dat shiet. Yall undastand? Halla if ya heeeya me!

Then BAM! Yall finna have some o dat smoova shiftin and the honeys finna flock to yo whip."

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^^ makes it sooo clear



u only need screw drivers and a wrench

also note that lefty loosy and right tighty
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Dammit Betty I told you not to write the instructions in ebonics

These were how my instructions read: "See dis hurr wire right hurr? You finna bout'a have ta screw dat shiet in da ho. Den, you gotta getta lotta grease n shiet, n grease up the cot dam hole so da mafukkin screw can slide right up in dat shiet. Yall undastand? Halla if ya heeeya me!

Then BAM! Yall finna have some o dat smoova shiftin and the honeys finna flock to yo whip."

LMFAOO!
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i know there are a few guys in the sfl g club who would be willing to help you out. not sure how much they check these forums though. hit them up here for a quicker response:

http://g35driver.com/forums/sfl-g-club-319/
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Yeah keep us updated. If you can't find a installer. Buy the items and let me know and I will make a quick video.
well imo i think you should make the video anyways, if u got the time be nice to add to the guide on how to install a grounding kit for our cars, maybe help the OP since everyone is a visual learner
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