As I mentioned earlier, I wanted to get a VSS output to the ECU. The only problem was that the Holley HP can only read a square wave 0-5V signal. The output from the stock VSS is a sine wave. So, enter the signal conditioner. This little guy will take that nasty sine way and convert it to a nice square wave that the ECU can use. I found a nifty little box online that was the perfect size for it. I drilled a hole through the one cover for the wires. I soldered on the necessary wires to the board. It needed it's own 12V and ground source in addition to the two VSS inputs and a single output. After I took this picture, I slid a few pieces of large heat shrink over the whole board to insulate the entire thing. Fits great in the box, which will sit right next to the ECU. In other news, I finally got the tires put back on my wheels. Adjusting them to 6.75" of backspacing for the 18x9" wheels worked perfect. They fit great. That is with almost all the camber available. There is about 1/4" of clearance to the upper subframe mount. I'm fine with that because the wheel moves towards the fender as the suspension compresses. I'll need to adjust the ride height as I add weight back to the car. It's sitting a bit low for my taste at the moment. True Forged was great during the whole process. It did take a while to get the wheels back, but they were done right. They really are a stand up company. You certainly get what you pay for. I also got the doors from the painter. I'll work one getting them mounted this week.