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    Thanks for the pictures guys!
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    Mark- not sure if you have the same little panel on the right side of the dash as the newer models but if you do hit up Newty about how he did his remote mount on the driver side. I've seen it in person, I believe he is running the same HU and remote, and it is freakin' awesome. Looks better than factory.

    He's been quiet lately - must be sleeping off his HO still...
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    The mounting of the remote on the dirvers side isn't difficult by any means. I used a dremel cutting tip just be really careful because it likes to jump. Just like anything that you'd want to look good, jut take your time and it'll always turn out how you'd envisioned it!
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    Quote Originally Posted by bergermaister View Post
    Mark- not sure if you have the same little panel on the right side of the dash as the newer models but if you do hit up Newty about how he did his remote mount on the driver side. I've seen it in person, I believe he is running the same HU and remote, and it is freakin' awesome. Looks better than factory.

    He's been quiet lately - must be sleeping off his HO still...
    Dont fool yourself, we used mine as the first Rev of his madness LOL. He used mine in case he made mistakes, then he liked it so much he went and bought one and did it to his LOL
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    So Mike where are the pictures?

    BTW I sent that carpet out for you yesterday, let me know if you get it.
    -Mark

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    Quote Originally Posted by New Guy View Post
    So Mike where are the pictures?

    BTW I sent that carpet out for you yesterday, let me know if you get it.
    I posted the pic in the other thread about 700u lol I'll be home from our 5k trip tomorrow night so I'll about re posting it
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    For you guys that are running an eq ws/exile/bulletlines which rca outputs are you pulling from the head unit? Are you pulling just off of the front?
    -Mark

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    You can use either the front or rear, just make sure the fade is centered. And if you use the rear output and it also doubles as a sub chnl, make sure its not set to the low-pass or sub selection. You need ti to be full-range. You can also use the "Non-Fade" output if the head-unit has one, just make sure its sensitivity is set to a medium point if its adjustable.

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