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    Top or Bottom?

    Which be best. I can't decide...

    Gauges in the top



    or in the bottom?



    It's a photoshop BTW

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    I prefer the bottom geoff, but would be easier to read in the top.....

    (my thoughts don't help the matter at all... )
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    My thoughts exactly Shaan - hence the dilema

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    top geoff i think as said easier to read
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    look better in the bottomlooks more factry what guages have if you have to look at them alot put them in the top of if its a styling thing put them in the bottom

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    i said top because i like my hu imn the bottom, you can pres the buttons without taking your hand of the GK

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    as they are dials they need to be top (so you can see them) otherwise I would have a rethink IMHO.

    What are the dials for geoff?
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    what is that computer looking thing in your ash tray

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    They are RaidHP smoked ones - and are black when off.

    I've got volts, oil pressure and manifold vacuum.

    Top seems the sensible option, as it would keep 'entertainment' down the bottom and 'business' up the top. But I really can't be arsed to move the head unit .

    Perhaps I'll be up for it once I've got the ashtray modded

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    Quote Originally Posted by autoSRI
    what is that computer looking thing in your ash tray
    It's the remote controller for a MP3 jukebox....



    I've never been happy with the proper din adaptor for it, so it's being moved to the ashtray - WIP on that

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