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Old 08-10-2008, 08:50 PM   #11
brcewane
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********* UPDATE ***********

So since I didn't have the car back to do some of my cold air box and engine cover fabrication... I decided to start some work on my other projects..

First I started off with my recessed gauge clock pod. This won't be like the OEM one that sticks up, but instead is recessed with the hood over it. I still need the car back to check for clearances but I am hopefull that the pod won't stick up too much at all while still giving me the visibility that I want. This will house three 52mm gauges..


The reason I will be putting the gauges up into the clock pod area is because I will be swapping this:


With this housing for my 7" touch screen... I had to trim the screen housing and then epoxy it to the OEM trim... Just waiting for it to fully dry before priming and wet sanding.


Then I got looking at my plastic that I have for my engine bay covers and cold air box and got thinking.. I'll have lots left over so I figured I would maybe experiment with something like this I think you can get the idea of what it would be used for... it would be one of 4 that would "diffuse" the air


Last edited by brcewane; 08-11-2008 at 07:08 AM. Reason: added more hints on the fin
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