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Old 08-08-2005, 11:31 PM   #11
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Looks very neat and clean. Nice install,let us know how well it works!!!!!!
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What a good man...he cleaned up his mess and he did a great install. It looks like it was meant to be there in the first place....now all I have to do is figure out what it is telling me
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Its getting darker (wont be dark till 10) so I went for a dig.

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It really is easy to see and once you get used to the one or two settings you really want to view it will be a part of the dash.
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That looks great and it'* always nice to have all that info right at your fingertips. Congrats on the install too.
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Very slick PDad..... where'd you order it from?
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Very slick PDad..... where'd you order it from?
I got mine from AeroForce directly (link at top of the post) but you can get them from 3800.com and www.pfyc.com
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Looks great. Makes me wish my vents were round. I pointed this topic out to my boss. He has two vents facing him in the driver'* door panel of the same size in his 95 Riviera. I suggested he install his boost gauge in one of them.
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That looks sweet.. I know what to ask for christmas

But I"d want 2 of them

1 for Tranny Temp.. and whatever else.. the other for boost and KR.. that does looks sexy.. I"m in the same boat as Bill..with the rectangular vents
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Looks great. Makes me wish my vents were round. I pointed this topic out to my boss. He has two vents facing him in the driver'* door panel of the same size in his 95 Riviera. I suggested he install his boost gauge in one of them.
The abs platic is so nice to work with, the dremel sanding drum just rips the material away quickly. Bad thing is its a one way ticket, you cant go back to stock without replacing the whole vent assembly. and theres auto wreckers for that
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looks great!

Bill, It'* easy to do the same thing with the Riviera. I had done something similar with mine actually.
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