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12-09-2012 03:47 PM
Sniper Focus
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Originally Posted by yunii View Post
no i;m not as i'll be selling it in march next year,so taking it back to stock,but i did this conversion


before it was st170 conversion

yunii

Looks good! I've seen your interior back when I was Googling images for those gauge overlays.
12-09-2012 03:29 PM
yunii
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Originally Posted by pyroinsa View Post
I see you sourced yourself some SVT HVAC's. Nice touch. Are you converting your interior lighting to blue? the lowers look good, but the uppers would look so much better if they were blue as well. Overall, I like it so far.
no i;m not as i'll be selling it in march next year,so taking it back to stock,but i did this conversion


before it was st170 conversion


yunii
12-09-2012 01:29 AM
Sniper Focus
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Originally Posted by Top-Ace View Post
Wow I want that trim plate. I get sick of not having a nice clock and that looks awesome. Is that trim plate from the UK as well. I neeeeed that clock.
The fascia plate that I cut up for the Scangauge is easy to find on ebay UK. The clock bezel was on ebay US, I wasn't even looking for one and I haven't seen anymore since.
12-09-2012 01:02 AM
Top-Ace Wow I want that trim plate. I get sick of not having a nice clock and that looks awesome. Is that trim plate from the UK as well? I neeeeed that clock.
12-09-2012 12:46 AM
Sniper Focus
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Originally Posted by Zapnologica View Post
it only has those two metal structs right near the front (on each side, which the stock radio fits into)?

I think I have the fascia plate that you're talking about, I got mine from the UK. It only has two tabs and it can't hold itself up let alone keep the radio stable. I drilled a couple of screws on the back it to make if a solid fit. Some people glue theirs in too.

Yes, I put holes in my fascia.
12-08-2012 04:29 PM
katiekay
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Originally Posted by yunii View Post
Hi guys, i like those nice touches, here's mine uk spec focus.


yunii
I see you sourced yourself some SVT HVAC's. Nice touch. Are you converting your interior lighting to blue? the lowers look good, but the uppers would look so much better if they were blue as well. Overall, I like it so far.
12-08-2012 03:44 PM
yunii
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Originally Posted by pyroinsa View Post
Thanks! If you can find that kit, it clips into the radio bezel and the radio gets secured to it. Some people on here have fabbed up their own ways, here is an example:

02fordsvt used wood:
Hi guys, i like those nice touches, here's mine uk spec focus.



yunii
12-04-2012 04:53 PM
katiekay Thanks! If you can find that kit, it clips into the radio bezel and the radio gets secured to it. Some people on here have fabbed up their own ways, here is an example:

02fordsvt used wood:
12-04-2012 04:20 PM
Zapnologica sho that dash looks really nice,

And what exactly is that kit besides a fascia plate?

I;m in SA, so that prob not so easy to find.
Is there a DIY way?

I have a fascia plate to convert the double din whole into a single din.
12-04-2012 04:07 PM
katiekay You need this:

http://www.crutchfield.com/p_003FMK5...eiver-Kit.html

To fit the stereo like this:
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