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Old 07-05-2013, 07:29 PM
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Looks pretty sweet, def like the blue hemi hat and air box
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Where is the compressor mounted for your train horns?

That glow pic is amazing!
The compressor is located on the frame rail right behind the air tank. If you look at the first two horns you can see it through them, its the silver object.

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Oh, and is that the model HK3?
No I don't believe so but it look just like the hk3 unless its an older model of it I got, I'll have to look and see if I can find the receipt for it to get the model. I got the kit awhile ago had it for about 2 years now no issues.
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Rich,

Love the lighting and I have been thinking of going with a blue theme for my ride as well.

I have never done anything like this before and was wondering if you posted a write up on how you installed your lighting?
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I have not posted a write up on how I installed them, but the only part that would be slightly difficult would be deciding where to place the button for the lights and then hiding its wires. All of the tubes for the underbody come with clamps that screw into the bottom on the vehicle and hold them in place, the wheel wells have screws that go through the plastic fenders and that holds those in place, and the interior lights come with screws but i just used 2 sided 3M stick tape and zipties. The install time for all of it was probably about 8 hours. Underneath you just have to make sure the wires aren't lose and aren't near anything that moves/ gets hot and you are set to go! I'll upload a few photos of where all of my buttons are placed to see if it can help give you an idea.
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That would be awesome and much appreciated.
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This is the button for the underbody LED kit and it is mounted on the left side of my steering wheel


This is the control for the wheel well kit and its functions, it is on the right side of the steering wheel by the ignition.


And this is my interior light kit, I placed the control here because each wire is only 4ft long so I was limited to where I could put it without cutting and splicing wires for it to reach further.


If you want me to go into further detail shoot me a pm and I'd be happy to help!
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Fantastic Great Job
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Well the other day I decided to paint my calipers, I went with a color not too many use, I went with blue. I also painted the rotor and hub black where the brakes don't rub and cleaned off my wheels lol.

When I get a chance I'll take a distance shot of the calipers.

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Very nice. Was that spray on or brush on caliper paint.
I owe you an email. Working on that now
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