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Old 12-13-2016, 10:05 AM
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looks good. the lighting on that "auto" button isnt full

edit: just saw you noted that. can you sand down the led further so it dissipates the light earlier? if that makes sense, it would make the beam pattern more dispersed the more you sand down the led
Yes, it's a little nagging not being fully lit. The LED is already filed down as much as possible. The main problem was that I wasn't planning to light it, so the button is lined up with the one below it, even though it's slightly further out. This slightly intrudes on the spot where the LED should be.
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will it throw it off if you just wire a second led in parallel right next to it? im sure an extra led wont cause them to dim too much if any
Old 12-17-2016, 01:49 AM
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will it throw it off if you just wire a second led in parallel right next to it? im sure an extra led wont cause them to dim too much if any
No room in that space, and the metal retainer spring clip is right there, so I can't remove the plastic to let more of the light in.

To remedy it, I'd have to resolder quite a bit. I still might, depending on how much longer I have to work on it.
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Fixed the first part of your post for you...........

JMO though, I can't understand why someone would put all this work into a 10 year old plus G but if it's what the owner wants I certainly can't hate. As usual Wrather, your work is impressive and I'm more than a little jealous because I know diddly squat about electronics. I'm starting to research them though, I always want to get better at things I don't know about, which means I have a LOT to learn lol.
The tinkerer type. I'm not really this way now but I used to be. Back when I was 21 and making real money for that age about 2002-2003 I was like this was a 2003 Mustang GT that I bought new. Kept the car 12-13 years and basically the only thing I left stock was the factory chassis, welded body components. Since I was modifying I wished I would have just chosen a 5-10 year old car rather than do that to a new car slowly over a period of 5 years. It was my hobby but looking back paying $480 a month wasn't worth it since I was modding and replacing everything any way. It's just a certain type of person I guess. What Wrathernaut and some other guys are capable of most other hobbyist aren't.
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il update this thread once it is installed
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il update this thread once it is installed
Looking forward to the final pics
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Yeah, possibly, but kinda self-aggrandizing when you sticky it yourself.
And it's not when someone who respects the hell out of you and your work does it. As usual great job Wrather and congrats on another stickied thread.............
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Wrathernaut, I'm curious how did you learn to do all of this stuff. Your past the point of a regular DIY, hobbyist.
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Nicely done. Just waiting to see that controller installed.
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Wrathernaut, I'm curious how did you learn to do all of this stuff. Your past the point of a regular DIY, hobbyist.
Nothing really special, just know enough about many subjects, and can combine what I know to do what I need.
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not completely finished yet but here you go a little teaser trying to get this gtr shifter to work properly
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not completely finished yet but here you go a little teaser trying to get this gtr shifter to work properly
I've been wondering about this, seeing as how it's been about a year since I finished that thing!

Thanks for the update. I hope you get to drive it soon.

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