The electrical system was given a satisfactory initial test today. After a careful rechecking of the entire wiring harness, I flipped the battery master to ‘On’ for the first time (with a fire extinguisher standing by just in case) and was pleased to see the voltmeter register a steady twelve volts. I then flipped on the ignition switch and went about testing the circuitry with a voltmeter to find twelve volts everywhere it should be. Then a flip of the fuel pump switch and heard the racket of the electric fuel pumps. Yeah, it felt good.
My rear brake lines didn’t quite hook-up the way I planned, they are running into the rear coilovers. One solution would be to switch to a banjo bolt adapter, but I think I’m going is to use a 90 degree adapter at the caliper and a straight ended brake line, instead of the straight adapter and 90 brake line. I’ll have to do some adjusting to get the clocking of the 90 degree caliper adapter correct, but it will give me the room needed to clear the coilover.