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      12-16-2012, 05:45 PM   #1
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Coded 5 blinks to my lane change marker

I coded my lane change blinker to blink 5 times instead of 3 times. 3 times was too short of a notice for lane change and I felt 5 times was perfect. It can be coded anywhere from 4 to 7 blinks for lane changes...I used Dluke's method of nettodat coding which you have to disassemble the Frm2 daten file and change some values within using NCS for Dummies, and then reassemble back to SPdaten file and then code it in with NCSexpert!

Pretty cool!

I made a video of it

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great for you. But really use a focusable camera/phone

What's that on the left, where the air vent should be?
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Lol. You going to critique my video skills. C'mon man!! The left is a boost gauge by p3cars. It's a integrated vent boost gauge in which the vent is still useable
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well, video is quite out of focus :P

The boost gauge looks nice, but I think it's kind of expensive if it's 400usd. Functional vent is a must, I use it to defrost left window more quickly

I'm currently searching for options or more precisely locations to install a boost gauge. A-pillar is one option. Vent is another, but looks difficult for a custom job.
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well, video is quite out of focus :P

The boost gauge looks nice, but I think it's kind of expensive if it's 400usd. Functional vent is a must, I use it to defrost left window more quickly

I'm currently searching for options or more precisely locations to install a boost gauge. A-pillar is one option. Vent is another, but looks difficult for a custom job.
Although it is quite expensive, its by far the best looking gauge I have seen...It retains the OEM look and doesnt make it look ricey at all...The A-pillar gauge will look tacky and very ricey...Maybe you should drive a Honda
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I am just researching, I haven't installed A-pillar yet. Also I don't think the airbag would like that very much. And about the Hondas, thanks but no thanks

Although I used to have a A-pillar gauge, but only 1 slot, and it was near the base of the window, unintrusive
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I am just researching, I haven't installed A-pillar yet. Also I don't think the airbag would like that very much. And about the Hondas, thanks but no thanks

Although I used to have a A-pillar gauge, but only 1 slot, and it was near the base of the window, unintrusive
I have the old p3cars gauge. The newer one is more expensive because there is more functionality. It can read all canbus variables besides just reading boost.
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