The most easy of the installs was the Peltor FMT110 Intercom. I decided to stick with the 9V battery powered setup and not go with the 12V hard wired option just for simplicities sake. "Installing" it was super easy, basically zip tying it into place and you're done! The intercom was orientated down so that i can reach the volume control and the RCA output is easily accessible for the video camera that will be riding along in the near future. It will be really cool to hear our on-board communications on video.
Next up, the Hella map light! These are available at Safe Drives. Check them out by clicking here.
This was actually tied into a toggle on the center console, even though there is an on-off switch on the actual map light. This is very easy to install, as all you'll need is 12V power and a ground.
12volt constant from the center console toggle. This was cleaned up and ziptied to the sill bar along with the factory wiring that is already there.
Now, mounting it was a bit of work, but not too bad. I opted to drill into the B-pillar and use some metal tap screws to secure it in place. Not pictured was the screw i used slightly below the base of the map light to ground the light.
There it is... in all its glory! All lit up and ready for night stages! The light also came with a red filter which is cool for when you co-driver wants to feel like he's / she's reading pace notes on a submarine.