02-23-2001, 09:59 AM
i have a greddy turbo timer that i have not been able to install because i can't get my hands on a mounting kit that will fit the greddy model. blitz makes a mounting kit for their turbo timers(which are a tad smaller than greddys), and i don't want to have to modify it if i can get something that is made for a greddy. i figured i would ask you guys how/where your turbo timers are mounted. i would like to put mine right beneath my cd deck if i could.
02-23-2001, 03:52 PM
i just used plexiglass, a dremel tool with cut off wheel, and glue... and walla! i have a custom mount for my greddy. :)
... figured what the heck, everyone else's posting their dashes...
94 Tsi (with a nice dash)
02-25-2001, 10:49 AM
What is the Visual Equlizer looking "gauge" on the trim, just to the right of the original gauges? Just caught my eye when looking at it. And also, I've seen many people take out that center vent and put Head units or gauges etc in there, How hard is it to disconnect the airflow to the vent and get gauges etc in there? Thanks.
02-25-2001, 12:16 PM
here's where i put mine for now.
Well, it's a remote mounted HK$ IPM (Injector Pulse Monitor). The area I used is just inbetween the two screw mounting points on the main dash bezzle and outer ABS trim pannel had to be cut. Fitted with a replacement piece of smoked Lexan (so you could see the LEDs, but nothing else, I had plenty of room to mount the smaller daughter-board via an extra HDD Cable I had lying around). This cable was used to reconnect the LED assembly and the unit's main PC boards.
Once all was in place, assembly was as simple.-Just like stock, just more wires to hide ;-)
-As for the center dash guage mounts, I just built an ABS block-off plate to cover the inner heater duct, and added the outer pod. -As for the Kicker Powered Sub Station's Port Plug (Make-shift guage hole filler)... I finally threw in a stupid volt meter -Until I can shell it out for a nice Greddy 52cm set.
And those funky LED thingy's inside the OEM overhead display represent my TTimer's display (center), Knock LED Mod (right), and OEM A/T "Idiot" lamp (left)
As for the changer, I don't know how that picture got there, sorry
02-27-2001, 08:56 PM
I never used the ashtray so i cut the bottom of the hole it slides into and added some wire to the Harness