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Old 12-06-2005, 08:55 AM   #31
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im getting 12* of KR on WOT in 0*F weather... this normal?
NO!

Does your temp still read high? That will automatically give you KR.
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temp never read high?
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I want one of these in the Aurora.

Gotta find a spot without going to the pillar pod route
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I want one of these in the Aurora.

Gotta find a spot without going to the pillar pod route
i am gonna assume, but im not gonna do it.. that you can take apart the guage and use just the screen... how pimp would that be.. you could put it in your dash even
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wow now you can see when is a good time to let on (or let off) the boost and not fry the tranny if it is running too hot or too cold.

let alone other things like tweak everything else on there.
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Where did you get that?, and how did you install it?
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Where did you get that?, and how did you install it?
read little man... read
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Thats a real good idea. Then I got do dash cut outs, or see whats behind my DIC. Remove the black faceplate and see how much room.

It would be terribly expensive and a waste to get an Aeroforce, take it apart and potentially break it before it gets used....guess I need to do some R and D.

Love the look on the 00+ SSEi'* tho!
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very high possibility of me taking it apart to see how its made......if u want
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You sir are a risk taker. If you are feeling daring go for it. Right off the bat, I'd probably put in the the coin holder/ash tray. Then if I didnt want to see it, I could close the lid.

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