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    igni housing

    I just made this housing for the igni ems gauge. Let me know what you think about it. Ill get better quality pictures up tonight
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    looks cool
    what´s ur setup?
    thx
    hugo

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    what's up bro? i see you're at it again good work

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    looks sweet.

    I take it you've had a gauge go bad? I had one mess up within 20mins of having it on. The new one I got I pulled the front cover off and resiliconed and so far so good.

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    Quote Originally Posted by churras View Post
    looks cool
    what´s ur setup?
    thx
    hugo
    Its for a trubo rxp Here are some pictures of the gauge inside the housing. The gauge will now be waterproof and still be able to function trough the thin peace of plexiglass. All i have to do now is cut in to the hood and just slide it in.
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    Quote Originally Posted by JFizzleJR View Post
    what's up bro? i see you're at it again good work
    Not my ski...Im working on something better for my ski

    Quote Originally Posted by kenshin89 View Post
    looks sweet.

    I take it you've had a gauge go bad? I had one mess up within 20mins of having it on. The new one I got I pulled the front cover off and resiliconed and so far so good.
    Nope the owner figured it would go bad so he decided to have me make it for him.

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    Quote Originally Posted by miamirider View Post
    Its for a trubo rxp Here are some pictures of the gauge inside the housing. The gauge will now be waterproof and still be able to function trough the thin peace of plexiglass. All i have to do now is cut in to the hood and just slide it in.

    looks very nice!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by miamirider View Post
    Its for a trubo rxp Here are some pictures of the gauge inside the housing. The gauge will now be waterproof and still be able to function trough the thin peace of plexiglass. All i have to do now is cut in to the hood and just slide it in.
    excelent job and clean work my friend
    on mine i had to resilicone it was a big s+++t
    and what about a frame of carbon fiber around the gauge ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by churras View Post
    excelent job and clean work my friend
    on mine i had to resilicone it was a big s+++t
    and what about a frame of carbon fiber around the gauge ?
    not sure how to cut carbon fiber but I might have to look into it.

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    you can make a carbon fiber plate ( only two layers), this job will be done under a mirror or glass, after dry cut your frame w/ saw machine, for the shape of your housing
    it will be racing look

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