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    new gauge

    Just had my boost gauge installed by (mochanic) and he installed my Go-Pro
    inside the cup holder that I never used- it fit just right
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    that looks sweet! nice clean install.

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    How cool is that!! Well DONE!

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    go pro

    Here is the stand for the go pro thats inside the cup holder
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    I likey!

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    well, i would love to have a boost gauge like that on my ski too.....

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    Quote Originally Posted by onebadsho View Post
    Here is the stand for the go pro thats inside the cup holder
    How did you fasten the stand in the cup holder? Is it removable easy?

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    Quote Originally Posted by onebadsho View Post
    Just had my boost gauge installed by (mochanic) and he installed my Go-Pro
    inside the cup holder that I never used- it fit just right
    Well almost fit just right. It's not quite a bolt in istallation, but it only took me about 15 mins for everything including turning a custom billet aluminum piece that fits down inside the GoPro mount to hold it all in place. I'll take some pics of it all apart if any of you are interested in seeing how I did it.
    The coolest part about it is that it will turn in any direction, but not without you moving it on purpose. (Notice where the mount is, it will get a nice view of the boost gauge too .)

    The boost gauge on the other hand was a real PITA! I used 14ga stainless which sucks really bad to cut! (this little project involved photoshop to get the templete perfect, my wife's Cricut machine to cut it out precisely and took 4+hrs to complete even with all the right metal working tools... except a waterjet which would have made this sooo much easier)

    If there is enough interest in this I may take my photoshopped template down and have a bunch of these cut out with a waterjet. Trust me guys, I would not do this again by hand using SS. You could use some thin plastic sheet, or even aluminum, but the 2 areas where the gauge hole almost cuts through the sides would be very weak and would probably break when you put the gauge in it. Another downside to aluminum would be corrosion unless you painted it or had them anodized.

    I'm thinking about painting the SS plate the exact same color of the cluster but leaving the SS screws as is. What do you guys think? Right now its brushed SS incase you cannot tell by the pics.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RichieFZR View Post
    How did you fasten the stand in the cup holder? Is it removable easy?
    Yes! Remove 1 bolt that is inserted through the drain hole thats already there and it comes right off like it was never there.

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    Looks real nice there , well done on both .

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