The wire hiding has been taking forever, and life has been getting in the way. But finally, a major update. The wire hiding is now complete. I've also swapped the pedal assembly so I now have a clutch pedal. Nice that Ford used the same wiring harness for all models, I already had the two electrical plugs for the sensor behind the clutch pedal. I also pulled the Cobra's brakes off so I can clean and paint them. Bit of bad news, the Cobra's right axle is bent, gonna need to replace 'em. Nice thing is, the axles are the same on all the 94-95 models, so I'll steal them from the V6. And for future reference, here's a link to the original thread. Now, on to the pictures. First up is a shot right below the fuse box, all cleaned up. The rubber grommet I added around the metal worked out well and looks like a factory part IMO. Next up is a photo of the driver's headlight. The battery tray will eventually go back in, but it looks nice and clean for now. Not sure about the two-tone paint, it looks all one shade normally. I took these at night with a lot of lights, so maybe it's an odd reflection. The wire cutting across is actually the hood release cable, it fits in the fender without losing any reach. The one reaching up is one of the grounds for that side. Close-up of the headlight connector. You can see some of the wiring here. The wiring does not interfere with removing the headlight bulb, I made sure of that. Close-up of the wiring harness by the headlight. Another rubber grommet here. One brake booster, taken from the Cobra; the V6's old one had a bit of a leak. And besides, this one says "COBRA". The Cobra's master cylinder had a leaky seal, I'll be replacing it. Here's a shot of the passenger side, with the TFI module already in place. I extended the SPOUT connector's wiring, so it was easier to reach. Note the wiring harness coming out of the hole where the air silencer usually is. Here's where the two harnesses cross. The harness from the right is the harness that has the A/C and fan hookups on it. The one from the left is from the other side, across the radiator. Having the wire harness come out the air silencer hole and cutting across gains me some extra length, it should be easier to move the CCRM and its bracket FAR out of the way when I want to get into the engine later. The wiring there should be covered by the air filter cover I have. Note the rubber grommet yet again. This mess o' wiring is not visible from the front, you have to stick your head in the bay right near the antenna and look across. Or stick your camera in right in the middle of it. Here's the snarled mess behind the passenger headlight. This is where the harness from the computer meets the harness from the fuse box. A bit messy, but it all fits and no one will see it. Well, no one besides you guys. Once again, easy access to the headlight bulb. The big connector in the pic is one of the two connecting the two harnesses together. Now to the wiring in the passenger fender. I'm sure you can visualize where this is, since the top of the shock is visible. The wrapped connector is the ABS plug, no ABS for me. Almost done for this post. Here's the wiring running to the TFI (left) and the A/C & fan (right). Last one. Here's the other connector hooking up the two harnesses. This connector is held in place with a bayonet plug through the metal, so it won't rub on the bracket right below it. I had to move the airbag plug to the other side of the panel, it's the curved wire at the bottom of the pic. *whew* A lot of work, but this phase is done!