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    guage install pics

    dynotune AFR, fuel psi, and boost. happy with the way it came out, lid still opens all the way. just need to find a more solid way to mount the gagues to the brackets i made. velcro just doesnt seem strong enough for me.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mike H View Post
    dynotune AFR, fuel psi, and boost. happy with the way it came out, lid still opens all the way. just need to find a more solid way to mount the gagues to the brackets i made. velcro just doesnt seem strong enough for me.

    Looks Nice, now remove the glove box sticker.

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    sticker keeps my beer can from scratchin up the plastic when im cruzin' through slow water.....

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mike H View Post
    sticker keeps my beer can from scratchin up the plastic when im cruzin' through slow water.....
    A real beer drinker keeps his can padded and insulated ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by bigdaddyRXP View Post
    A real beer drinker keeps his can padded and insulated ...
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    Ah ok good I thought u were gonna say something like "reAl beer drinkers don't set their beer down" hAahaha

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    Quote Originally Posted by bigdaddyRXP View Post
    A real beer drinker keeps his can padded and insulated ...
    A real beer drinker doesnt need a padded sippy cup cause it wont last long enough toget warm

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    Mike i think u should look at modifying a riding helmet to hold 2 beers that way u can ride and drink and not scratch the ski.

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    Talking

    ooo that sounds like it'll be my next mod.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mike H View Post
    Ah ok good I thought u were gonna say something like "reAl beer drinkers don't set their beer down" hAahaha

    That too!


    Quote Originally Posted by sportsterme View Post
    A real beer drinker doesnt need a padded sippy cup cause it wont last long enough toget warm
    Ahhh... I knew someone would say that Leave it up to you Canadians... hell if you guys don't drink your beer fast enough, that shit will freeze up solid Down here is the south... our beer temperature increases 10 degrees the second we pull it out of the cooler

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