Back on post 17, on the first page of the build thread you posted, lanesteel240 says :
"...Making a wire conduit loom was proving to be hard. Here is what i got as a first attempt. I think it will work though. This is a rough attempt the wire i used was to hard to strech out even. I will go with a smaller gauge "wrap" wire.
All i did was wrap one wire around another. Then i pulled the wrapped wire off and coated it with liquid electical tape. I know this has been done with glue but it seamed to me that the glue would take forever to dry. This stuff dont take long and it is already black." (Photos copied from lanesteel240's thread, under the "fair use" definition in copyright law)
If you look carefully at the later pictures you directed us to, it's pretty obvious that the really excellent wiring loom going over the cam cover is made the same way...by carefully WRAPPING fine wire over core wire, not simply TWISTING. It looks to me like all you need to do is try it (though the "wrapping" will take a little time and patience), and work on your technique until you get the look you want.
You will probably find that anchoring one end of the core wire in a vise, so that you can stretch it tight while you wrap it, will make life easier. Think of tying fishing flies.
It also seems he may be chucking the end of the wrapped wire in a drill and spinning it, rather like you do safety-wire, to tighten up the wrap after it's applied.
Edited by Ace-Garageguy, 30 July 2013 - 03:33 AM.