Looking for some help with some electrical stuff as far as doing this swap. I wasnt sure if this was a good spot for this or the electrical section. Anyways, I'm curious as to what some of you other guys have done when it came to your swaps. I'm currently in the process of wiring up my LS T56 swap in my 71 Camaro. Of course I also added more work to the project by also installing Vintage Air at the same time. To go along with the Vintage Air I also have the Terminator X system, and a Dakota Digital gauge cluster I already had installed when it was a 350 4 speed car. So my questions to you guys are mostly regarding to electric. 1st questions an easy one. Where did you guys ground to the block? When I picked up my LS1 it was already out of the car so I never got to see how this was original hooked up. 2nd. I have two Electric fans that with the Terminator X system have two separate outputs. I would imagine I would be best off fusing them separately? 3rd. Does anyone have a good diagram/layout of a stock 71 Camaro fuse panel? I no this forum has one for a 73. Are they identical? 4th. All three of the control modules (Terminator x, Vintage Air, and Dakota Digital) need constant 24 volt power. You think I should daisy chain them all together or run a separate 24 volt wire to each one? 5th. The Termjnator X system has a required 12v switch lead that needs to be wired in as well. I would imagine this is the same as using your ACC power or key on power? And if so do you think I can daisy chain these two together from the fuse panel? 6th and I think my last question. With all these added controllers they all have additional leads that need 24 volts and ground directly from the battery. My thought was to get some kind of junction block to have all the wires go to and daisy chain them all together. Does anyone have any other suggestions? I was thinking maybe I could run one larger lead from each post of the batter to the junction block and run jumpers to all the other wires needed for all the systems. I've got five 24 volt leads coming from vintage air, Terminator x, and the two electric fans and three leads for the negative terminal. I thought of one other question. For the altenator, I ordered the Holley 4 pin plug that needs to be connected to key on power. Do I need to do anything else? Other than the positive lead to the battery and ground? The original voltage regulator can be eliminated? I just need the purple wire to the starter I believe? I appreciate anyone and everyone's help. I no this was a lot to all take in at once. I'm just trying to keep moving forward without staring at wiring diagrams for hours. I've got a baby on the way and sure would love to drive this old girl before theres a new one to look after! I added a few pictures to show the progress Thanks again! A.J.