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The last couple of things we needed to do was hook up the hot leads to the solenoids and purge, along with the appropriate grounds. Lacko tapped into the fuse block to hook up the hot leads and had an auxiliary ground wire mate to the ground wires from the solenoids. The ground wires were then promptly bolted to the fender. When the final electrical connections were made, he shortened up the supplied stainless feed lines and linked them from the solenoids to the nozzle and to the holes he drilled and tapped in both fuel rails. When everything was finished, Lacko took the bottle to get filled while Jim D'Amore came up with the appropriate tune for the ECM. When the tune was loaded, the truck was started and readied for a shot at the Dynojet chassis dyno.