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  • rscheiring
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    Try www.summitracing.com One of the best for price and selection on gauges.

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  • nando
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    I'm actually curious where the gauges in the pictures came from. the panel is pretty nice (might redo the paint in semi-gloss) but I have no gauges yet. :(

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  • Clay'87IS
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    Do they make the gauges with white faces to go with my Gauge cluster?

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  • rscheiring
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    Allrighty then, count me in!

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  • BeirBrennerE30
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    i just got rid of mine all together... nothing has ever been plugged into that lighter since 1986 and i doubt that anything ever would...

    however if you did wish to keep it it would be simple to relocate it somewhere else

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  • Mystikal
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    Just tuck the wire and receptactle up under the dash and have it come out to a place of your liking (glovebox, center console kick panel, etc) for such needs.

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  • rscheiring
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    Anyone know what happens to the cig. lighter with this setup? I guess it just gets covered up and not usable in the future (eg. for detector, etc.)?

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  • nando
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    deal for the 5 speed fell through.. so you can count me in. :)

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  • BeirBrennerE30
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    this is just for the panel shown...

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  • modifiede30
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    Can he do one for the top center fan vents. I'd rather put them where I can see them. I can't imagine looking at the ashtray when I want to see how my fuel ratio is doing during full throttle.

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  • BeirBrennerE30
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    I was wondering anyone wasstill interested in the group buy for the front ashtray gauge-panel. More info and pricing have been listed in this thred:

    http://www.dtmpower.net/forum/showth...hreadid=118348

    im trying to get a final count by next weekend so please reply to me if you are in, in a PM to myself or respond to the thred above as soon as possable.

    Thank you

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  • BeirBrennerE30
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    this is what Perry at e30 tech had to say...


    "as for the other guageman comment... no guageman does NOT sell this product... they sell the above the ashtray version... this replaces the actual ashtray so you dont lose the strage space behind it..."

    BeirbrennerE30 is correct. I had purchased one of the gaugeman consoles before I designed this gauge console. I had to cut holes in my center console to fit the gaugeman console. This is why I came up with the panel pictured above. I did not want to hack up my console to mount gauges, plus I wanted to keep the 'pocket' above the console.

    As BeirbrennerE30 stated, these are made out of laser cut 5052 aluminum.

    Here is a link to describe the materials properties.http://www.wilkinsonsteel.com/Alumi...Characteristics This material was chosen due to its abilty to be formed without cracking. Cheaper materials will form cracks where the bend is made.

    Thanks for your interest -
    Perry

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  • BeirBrennerE30
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    is there seriously anyone interested(that doesnt own their own laser cutting machine)... if not ill keep this a dtm only buy... that would only make it easier for me... the sarcasm is not needed

    im thinking of making the deadline for names january 1st so you can wait for xmas money

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  • UNHCLL
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    This is the second time the GB thing has been tried for this product.

    Retail Classifieds

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  • nando
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    Originally posted by kidrobot
    Gauges aren't included huh, yeah so that's a dumb
    way to get something you can DIY in five min flat.

    Sick, you send me 30$ and I"ll MAKE you one.
    You have a laser cutting machine in your mom's basement? wow! :roll:

    I'm interested, but I need to wait until after christmas to figure how much money for car stuff I have. I'm looking to get a set of smoked ellips and maybe something else first. I'm also waiting on a few ebay goodies to sell to fund my car :)

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