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Old 02-20-2004, 12:31 PM   #11
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That'* cool... I just wasn't sure...

So do you feel like you're about to fly a jet when you flip all those switches?
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That switch starter is really sweet. Good work.
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sweetness! ..another angel eyes member on the board ..first pre-00 SE to install em ..right?
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First pre 95 even. I know 97na just got some, not on yet though... I got em for the driving lights mainly, cyber whites weren't worth it to still upgrade to a better bulb, and these are cheaper then blazers. They nearly bolt right up, but would sit further back.
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Old 02-20-2004, 05:11 PM   #15
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u don't need to upgrade to a better bulb with navigator cyber whites. if u look around, i'm the only one that has. willwren, MOS95b, etc are all running the stock bulbs. i just wanted something insanely white.....to match my piaa xtreme white plus low beams.
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BonneMeMN Do you not have Traction Control? I see that is where you put your Angel eye switch

No TC on an SLE??? Is this true
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nice vids, i watched it on another pc.
Hehe good tune too! ZZ top-gimme all your lovin!

Then end switch looks like it runs the stereo..am i correct?
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The switches under the Radio do this...

Left (Starter)
Middle (Starter Safety Circuit, must be on for starter switch to work)
Right (Secret plan, will be competed at the march meet!)

No traction control thank god! No sloppy perform/normal shifting either. 100% every time!
My switch next to the Shifter, is the angel eyes. it'* like this "I o II" the One (forward of car) is for angels, and II is the 55w Hella Driving Lights
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Looking like old school start sequence. I like the starter sw. spring return to "off" feature (with pilot light?), Good engineering. Nice work also.
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Quote:
Originally Posted by BonneMeMN
Right (Secret plan, will be competed at the march meet!)
***CAUTION***

Don't anyone sit shotgun in his car!!!!
The last switch is an ejector seat! for the passanger!!!!
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