"The will to conquer is the first condition of victory."
Had a few minor setbacks over the last week. I ordered Setrab fittings and the place I ordered from was out of stock. I wound up figuring out a better/less expensive solution - those fittings came in today and I dry fit them. I ordered the last two hoses yesterday - if past experience proves accurate - they should be here Tuesday. I think I found the best layout - reducing the number of connections and creating the straightest, shortest run.
Today - I ran four new wires to the dash - one each for the oil pressure, oil temperature, tach signal and cylinder heat temperature. Since I'm not installing the heat system (no heater boxes), I ran the wires through the center heat tube to conceal them - this allowed me to run them from the dash to under the rear seat.
And this is where I learned that the maximum number of additional wires that can be stuffed into a stock grommet with the positive lead to the battery is six. Two for the hard start relay (to take voltage off the ignition switch) and the four that run to the back of the car.
I should be able to knock a lot of little stuff off of the list of things to do before I have to face the task of drilling out the threads on the subframe.