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cage
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Ran out of time, all it needs is some fluids and we will see how it goes.


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Thanks for the photos and write up! I am anxious to see how it runs and where you mounted the controller.

I am really thinking twice about this for my c4 auto Mustang.


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I will let you know how it runs when I drive it which should be soon. I am running 3.90 rear gears so it is muchly needed. As far as the controller goes it is just wired up on the floor with the rest of my bits waiting to finish the centre console so I can’t help with the mounting on that for a little while however I am not a huge fan of the look so I have gone to something a bit different which I will mount in the centre console where I can reach them easy. They light up around the edge when engaged.






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Are the buttons from Bluewire?


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No, billet automotive. Some of the best service I have had for a long time. He is in Newcastle. High quality and quick response times.

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Nice work guys and I do like those switches.


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Yeah Billet Automotive are the bomb, I have slowly been replacing all my buttons with theirs. Good to go.


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Awesome switches. 100 X better looking than the GV standard stuff.


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I kept the GV square boxy looking thing but, as I said before, have placed it to the bottom left (still LHD) of the cockpit so not many notice it. I used a marine toggle switch (with the black rubber boot) for the on/off mounted under the front lip of the centre console lid so even fewer people notice it.

Those switches look very nice.


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