Invisicord with WRX homelink mirror? For Valentine V1
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    Invisicord with WRX homelink mirror? For Valentine V1

    Having trouble fitting my Invisicord into the back of my homelink mirror...I broke the first Invisicord, ordered another, gonna see what happens, anyone have experience with invisicords?
    It's to divert part of the power from the mirror to my radar detector (Valentine V1)
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    I dont know how to remove the dash like that, or the A pillar
    Zak
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    3" COBB Single Tip Catback, COBB Shortshifter, 1/2 Bilstein Lowering Springs, Perrin Strut, Whiteline Sways, 18x7.5 Enkei Ev05

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