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  1. Lol i get it man. Its like all the landscapers with $h!tțy yards. It took a bit to figure out the wiring and what all was need as the speedo converts some signals. Overall it was an easy task once it was all clear. Scan thru this post. I posted a link on a how-to for the fuel sender. Speedo wiring to the aftermarket calibrator/ charge light info is in here as well You will have to wire the hi-beams/turn signals/e-brake/parking light directly to the units connectors (IC-7). I took pics of the back of my oem cluster which is used to find which wires I needed to t-tap into. Sorry I dont remember the colors of them. The HVAC/shifter surround is from Garage Yoshida
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  2. yeah when i ditched my 3.5 and went to the 4" my egt's were much lower during hard driving, and recovery time was much better for egt as well. holds boost better in top end with my twins but wont notice that with that beefy Garrett, she gunna pull like a maniac either way....
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  3. re exhaust, bigger is always better See below graph of cutting the restriction out of my HKS Hi Power Silent
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  5. UPDATE: FPR2000 is installed. Haltech Flexfuel sensor is installed. Catch can and the pod filter pipe will be painted gloss black this week so the engine bay should look a little more nicer.
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  6. Yeah they work great for having the car at a static low height on the coilover then raising it up for driveways, speedhumps, rbt's
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  7. With some modification it is possible, contrary to what I have been told. Video up now on my youTube. Cheers to All.
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  8. PROGRESS: Fab work is going well. Ordered the following parts: -Haltech flexfuel sensor, oil pressure, fuel pressure etc sensors -FPR2000 -Will be ordering the Frenchies baffled in tank twin pump set up this week.
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