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Old 10-23-2007, 08:25 PM   #11
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If you don't use the cig lighter, it fits great in its spot. Take 12v from the radio and you are good to go.



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In case someone doesn't know how the headlamp switch know doesn't come out
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Here'* another alternative, since it'* a build your own type of thing. All the readings are right there with the HUD.

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I like the look of that, and I remember reading your thread when you made htat. More work then I'm willing to do at this time. I'm waiting on the A-pillar buy.
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Got everything installed. Muffler went on this morning, man does that sound nice. wish I had video with sound. Then installed the scangauge. That took a little while, but not to bad. I decided to leave it on the dash for now. I'm hopping to get a A-pillar. If that group buy dont go threw, I'll either make one, or just get a gauge cup and mount it on the A-pillar. Then I installed the intense-racing PCM. Shifing feels sharper, shift points are up higher. Feels good. My KR will sometimes just as high at 7, then drops back down with WOT I'm around 2 or 3 most of the time.
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I know that zero KR is best, and for the most part that'* what I have. Even under some heavy load I'm still at zero. But when I floor it I will jump around 2 or 3. I noticed that I woudl hit 7 or a little higher at the shifts. After doing some reading it sounds like this is normal as the PCM does this to protect the transaxle. What are the rest of you getting for KR?
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