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    I'm in the end where the Scotia Bank Place is.
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    haha scotia bank place.....what a stupid name. I still call it the corel centre.

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    BADD ASSS!!! LHD digidash when you get it to work...sell it! hahah jk

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    Quote Originally Posted by SupraManiac
    BADD ASSS!!! LHD digidash when you get it to work...sell it! hahah jk
    who and how did you make your sig

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    Just a quick update:
    I didn't do the glass work like i promissed, but it was for a better cause, as I FINALLY finished installing all 48 keepers in the head. I got up today and said to myself "I will do it today, no more putting it off" and so I did it and now I can put the head on the block, possibly within the next few days. I'll try and do some glass later this week/weekend.
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    Well... where are the pics? lol.
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    Quote Originally Posted by NDBoost
    who and how did you make your sig
    looks like photoshop or macromeida fireworks, just cut path around the car, make new layer, and blurr the background.

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    Okay stretch, you had a weekend Any updates?
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    I didn't do much. I can't do much until my dad finishes the board for the right most side, and until then i can't deffinitively judge the depth of the unit and cut accordingly, so I'm just waiting on that, but there is no rush remember guys. I test fit the odometer and clock in the bottom, which is the part of the cluster with the most problems; lining up, the geometry, etc..
    I wanted to replicate the digidash as accurately as posible, but I think it would be best if I left out the fuel and twin trip meters, due to space constraints, although i may still include them, I'm not sure of the final layout yet. It just seems to me like there isn't enough space, or justification to go through the huge amounts of labour for these small things as long as the 3 main boards work correctly. I'll update as i do things worth updating too don't forget. So if the thread drifts off page one it's no thang, I'll pop it back when there's something worth reading. I'm hopeing to drop the head I assembled into my block this week, so that's the only real big news. It'll free up some space in the garage I used to use for the glass work, but the head is taking it up for now.
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    Default Re: Stretch's Digidash thread

    strecht isn't the only one who works on digital dash conversion RHD=> LHD.

    I have started with my project last year.

    But the complete revision of my MKIII came between.
    Here som pics:

    before


    engine demounting


    rust attendance by a friend


    painting


    rebuild engine


    build in


    I can now continue to work on the digital dash conversion again.

    test


    Here some pics from a test configuration in a test dashboard



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