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Old 10-02-2003, 08:16 PM   #1
ilmaestro
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Default S-AFC mount for $10, or other creative mounting areas

I read the S-AFC mount for $10 thread at scoobymods and thought it sounded good... but am hoping to see some pics of this... anyone??

Besides this, are there any other good places to mount an S-AFC (preferably in an RS)? I was thinking about using the ash tray area, but am not sure if I can make it look clean. The only area that is out of question for me is the OEM gauge hood area, since I am putting a 3 gauge setup there.

Pics are good.

jonathan
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Old 10-03-2003, 08:13 AM   #2
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I used to place SAFC on top of my gauge pod with a heavy-duty velcro. So, when I park on the street, I can put the SAFC in the glove box.

Now, I installed the provided SAFC mount to the center vent using 2 clear wire-ties. I used the left center vent because the right center vent is in the way of the cup-holder. Then, I place my SAFC on the mount with a velcro. This looks a lot better. Sorry, no pictures...
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Old 10-03-2003, 05:38 PM   #3
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That's a good idea Too bad I bought my AFC used (came with a used ludespeed kit) and I don't have the original mount Oh well. I am going to try the scoobymods $10 AFC mount tonight.

Anyone have pics of this?

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