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This is a discussion on customizing gauge pod within the Cockpit and Cabin forums, part of the Tutorials & DIY category; Originally Posted by Robman7835 And the fans under the IC sounds like a really cool idea.....shoot me some pics when ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Robman7835 View Post
    And the fans under the IC sounds like a really cool idea.....shoot me some pics when you work out all the bugs.........
    forgot about my water+CO2 ic sprayer set up but yea will post pics most likely will see what I have done by Victory
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    Quote Originally Posted by bkotzman00 View Post
    forgot about my water+CO2 ic sprayer set up but yea will post pics most likely will see what I have done by Victory

    Very cool.....
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    Quote Originally Posted by Robman7835 View Post
    Very cool.....
    literally
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    Quote Originally Posted by bkotzman00 View Post
    literally

    Haha.....i bet it is.....my extent of reducing under hood temps is wrapping the DP....
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    loving the pod!

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    Quote Originally Posted by SUBOO5 View Post
    loving the pod!
    thanks
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    that ic cooler sounds like a sweet idea. i'd love to see some progress with that.
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    Quote Originally Posted by nevergod View Post
    that ic cooler sounds like a sweet idea. i'd love to see some progress with that.
    as soon as I get some money for materials

    started cutting out the flanges for the new IC elbows
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    for any of you that are running the GREEN prosport gauges..Do you ever find them to bright at night, or annoying??
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    Quote Originally Posted by OFFdutyHERO View Post
    for any of you that are running the GREEN prosport gauges..Do you ever find them to bright at night, or annoying??
    At night when they are green they aren't too bright, but definitely brighter than the stock gauge cluster. If you have them on white though they are definitely too bright. At least for me.
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    Quote Originally Posted by DTwrx View Post
    At night when they are green they aren't too bright, but definitely brighter than the stock gauge cluster. If you have them on white though they are definitely too bright. At least for me.
    I agree a tad bright (white) but they need to be otherwise you would never be able to see them in bright sunlight
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