I really enjoy tech weeks, always lots of good stuff, but people seem to hold back their tech posts until one comes around. So, here is a little trick I use to wrap visible wiring for a more traditional, and far less tacky, look than split loom. Sorry for the crappy pics, I was doing this at work for a car thats in, and thought it would make a good tech piece. I didn't have my camera with me, so all the pics were taken with my phone. Step One: get the wires your going to run ready Step Two: (Optional) With one end of your wires anchored in a vise, chuck the loose end up in a drill and go to town. (I dont always do this, actually I usually don't, but its kinda fun. This can look kinda cool when left unwrapped with just a single collar of electrical tape every 8-12") Step Three: Wrap the wires in electrical tape, don't worry this is just a "base coat" of sorts. The electrical tape gives the next layer a good base to stick to, especially if you are doing this over wires that have been on the vehicle for a while, and have a little oil and/or dirt on them. Sorry, no pic on this one, you guys should know how to wrap wires in electrical tape. Step Four: Now the secret weapon - Cloth bicycle handle bar tape. The brand I usually buy is called Cateye. The box looks like this- The trick to wrapping with this stuff is to go at as steep of an angle along the wires as you can, and do NOT overlap, like you would electrical tape, try to get the edge of each pass to butt up right against the pass before- On the ends, if you get the angle right when you start your wrap you can end up with a nice square end, or, with a little work, you can tuck a loose end back under the last wrap. A couple drops of super glue on the ends will help keep them from unraveling. Done right, from more than a foot or two away, your wireloom will look like the old woven cloth wrap wirelooms. Hope someone can get some use out of this.