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I have the Sun Automobile ground wires on my wagon. I've got the Hyper Voltage waiting to be installed. Both are nicely put together. The ground wires are really pretty sharp and the most noticable difference for me was how much it both sharpened and firmed up the shifts of my ATX in manual-shift mode. This is in conjunction with the usual atributes of a grounding system, though I don't buy the horsepower increase claims.
The grounding system is not your typical "lead the wires to a big fancy hub" kind of a deal. In fact, I got the smoked wires and was able to run them very stealth-like from the various components of the car to negative terminal on the battery where they are directly connected. I like the product very much over-all.
I haven't installed the Hyper Voltage on my wagon yet, but I guess I've got a reason now. I'll do it this weekend and get back to you guys.
I will say that the Sun stuff is not the cheapest, I got a smoking deal on my stuff, and this is a good deal also. They are a Japanese company that has been doing this stuff for a long time: http://www.sunautomobile.com/
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