Wire tucking has been a one trick in the books for many generations of show cars. By extending the factory wires and plumbing, and rerouting it with creativity; usually behind the fenders or inside the chassis, you can achieve this incredible clean and empty engine compartment.
The European builders have been doing this for years in their VW and German cars. Ultimately, each motor can become a true piece of art, like a floating sculpture in the engine bay.
Happily I can report that the art of wire tucking has finally hit the Honda scene and is slowly moving into other make and models. In the Honda world, there are 2 main players, Chase Bays and RyWires.
Check them out and get inspired. Be the first to rock a wire tuck in your boat.