The header design for this Pathfinder front stub caused a conflict with the connection of the plug wires and with the individual coils over each cylinder on the CT525. So, we had to fabricate a new mount for the coils up and away from the headers. In addition, we had to have new, longer wires made by Phillips Racing Wires. The new position also provided separation from the heat of the headers. Mark did a fabulous job of fabricating these new mounts. With the headers in place and the plug wiring straightened out, we now had to install the stock wiring harness that would connect all of the systems, sensors, and computers needed for our test. This was not an easy task either and Mark had to cut a large hole in the dash to allow the large plug-ins to be threaded inside of the cockpit. Mast provided a wiring plan and it was simple and to the point. We easily found each plug and wire we would need and made our connections. This process was made simpler by the fact that each plug was different than the others.