Did they misspell "integrated" on the box? :lol:This morning I spent 30 mins fitting my P3 gauge into a spare vent, this allows the vent to still be used. A much tidier solution than a scangauge/ultragauge stuck on top of the dashboard. I'm also ordering the boost tap which can feed into this gauge as well. Not the easiest of installations as the US vents are different to the UK due to the side they sit on the car so had to be creative. Hopefully I will fit this later in the week as I know the central satnav unit and few other bits need to come out to fit the vent.
P3 gauge by James Baker, on Flickr
I have a couple of avenues I am currently investigating at the moment, just waiting on responses.who will you use to map the car?
Thanks, I'm really happy with the ways its going. I did consider it as I've had that bit filled and painted, however its looks odd in a light colour, I tried a couple of photoshops and decided to stick with black and lose any holes/indents You get away with it on a dark car, not so much on a light car.Yes and yes please and thank-you.... liking it all, have you considered making the black front number plate panel body colored like on the grey one?
Agreed it certainly is a big wing, definitely needs some better stance to make it work, I wouldn't fit it if I was sticking with stock wheels. And when I say stance, I dont mean im slamming it into the ground and fitting stupid wide wheels/stretch/major camber.So.. forklift was not needed for removing the stock spoiler?
That wing does scream "Civic" from some angles... wheels and some stance work is definitely needed now to balance it out.