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Old 02-12-2003, 04:32 AM   #1
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Member#: 13634
Join Date: Dec 2001
Chapter/Region: NESIC
Location: Boston
2002 WRX

Default finally got pictures up of ECS gauge pod and the rest of my interior

finally got my pictures uploaded. East Coast Scooby made it for me, vinyl wrapped to match the interior. I've installed two 60mm GReddy peak/hold gauges.

Kinda blurry, but you get the point. tried to get an angle from the drivers perspective, they're very visible to me. but i usually don't keep my eye on them too much because i have warning buzzers hooked up. The picture is with the stock shifter. In 1st and 3rd gear it blocks view slightly, but I got my kartboy back in and it doesn't obstruct view at all. My oil temp probe also wasn't installed if you were wondering why it's reading 0C.

This one you can sort of see my Defi Boost/Timer reflecting on the windshield. I put it in the center because i never really notice it at the bottom left of the windshield. I didn't put the reflective piece in yet because I was playing around with different mounting locations.
I also removed the clock and made a fiberglass and bondo pod behind it to hold my HKS Type-1 turbo timer, it's easier to see the shift light function with it up there. It doesn't fit perfectly inbetween the stock clock mounting, but you can squeeze it in there enough. It's also a pain to fit it because of the mounting depth, you have to slide the panel on. I installed it before I installed the Defi unit, but I'm so used to the HKS one so I kept it. I didn't use the spot next to the cup holder because in the future I want to keep that open for the Tein electronic dampening unit.

Still haven't figured out what to put in the extra DIN spot, probably one of those flip out LCD screens for a UTEC display.
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Old 02-12-2003, 03:00 PM   #2
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Looks good man.
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