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    Removing Mirrors

    I want to add a boost guage and I see where some guys are putting them in the spot where the mirrors are. Do they pop out or unbolt from the back????????????????


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    Reach in the top storage lid area. There is a wing nut holding them on.

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    Hey Jerry do you know if anyone makes like pre fabbed gauge holders for the review mirrors or do you have to make them ureself ?

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    you have to make them yourself. i used to go that route, but now i prefer the digital gauges that just velcro to your glove box lid.
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    u have to fabricate your on panel for the mirror pod. mounting it is teh hard part. what a pita. your best bet is to take off the hood so u have easy access. i now have mine in the handlebar pad. i like it better. its easier to install, it looks cleaner and more symetrical, and its right infront of ur face so its real easy to see and read.

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    I like it in the handle bar pad as well.

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    is there any intructions on how to do the handle bar pad way ?

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    I would have did it that way if I kept the pad red. The way I did it was pretty easy. I would imagine you just have to cut out the foam and stick it in there Matt. Putting it in the mirror must be a major P.I.A. to run the plastic hose to the intercooler. alot of twists and turns and routing. Did not seem like fun for me. I could not put it on the glovebox lid because I cant afford super nice guages like Jerry.

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    Those gauges are actually cheaper than the electronic autometer gauges AND they are more accurate

    http://www.dynotunenitrous.com/store...?idproduct=131

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    are those digital gauges water proof?

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