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Old 10-09-2006, 02:48 AM   #11
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Apparently not FS anymore

-Matt, do you have any more details to share about your project? Got parts yet?
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Old 10-09-2006, 05:01 AM   #12
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Naw, nothing yet..im waiting another few weeks to make my order from intense
The Aeroforce is a must have, i think it will fit in there pretty good, i decided that this summer at WCBF, i dont want a pillar pod set up, so this was the only other option
I'll keep ya updated
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I've already made one for that location, it turned out really nice, I have it in primer waiting the texture and paint. I have planned to put an Aeroforce gauge in it. I'll go get some pics of it and have them up shortly. Lash, dbeast420, and 1993SLE have seen this one before it was complete.
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Wow, I had no idea so many people have a gauge in this location!! Maybe it'* cause I've never seen any pics on this forum yet.
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Mmmm I think all my pics are night vids. Can't see much. My gauge is a 2" and there is room. You need to ensure you aim well when cutting the hole or you could be too far to one side or the other. (not bad though).

Plenty of ways to get wiring up there (remove radio and ECC).
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I've already made one for that location, it turned out really nice, I have it in primer waiting the texture and paint. I have planned to put an Aeroforce gauge in it. I'll go get some pics of it and have them up shortly. Lash, dbeast420, and 1993SLE have seen this one before it was complete.
agreed.....the part that was fabbed is freaking awesome....

hey chase..ill bring the SEM texture coating and the graphite paint....you bring the parts
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Here'* some pics of it, the gauge that I was using was sold with my GTP though, so no pics with the gauge in.
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Whoa, that'* pretty cool. So it looks like instead of mounting it flat on the face you cut into the "corner" so it would face you more? Lots more fab work that way but it looks to be more functional as well.

Bill, did you do it this way too or did you mount it flush to the existing face? How was the visibility with the gauge mounted flush?
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As it stands, the one I just ordered is going to be under my radio, but I also had never thought about the smoke lighter...Seeing how I don't even know where the lighter went, I just have the open socket.....But....The down side to the dash light location, how are you gonna push the tiny ***'d lil buttons on it if it'* inside the cluster?
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The biggest problem I see is having to look away from the road to read the gauge if it'* mounted anywhere else other than the pillar
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