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Just got mine in from BrowingBuck, finished the install and forgot my key at home hahaah. So I will actually check it out tomorrow but all installed and ready to light it up.
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Pics coming in their own thread today but damn it looks good. Top notch work!
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The blackout in the daytime looks really cool too but impossible to photo
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hey bud.. any news on brian and his GI/ guage led change? ive been trying to contact him as to where to send the parts but got no reply.. is he still doin business? thanks bud.


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thanks bud! just cant wait.. heheh

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I did this mod myself, and Im very happy about it. Not hard at all. I can say that I thought i was taking a big risk, and had no idea what i was getting into. But i taught myself how to solder, watched videos on youtube, and now i can do this mod easily. Problem now is i have my buddies asking me to do it for them haha.

On another note. Has anyone tried doing it themselves in putting a GI inside the cluster? Ive done my research and it seems the GIpro-DS is the right one to choose IMO. Plus its smaller than any of the other GI's.

ever try doing the gi mod? the gipro ds still looks bigger than the one he uses? i want to try and do it since i just ordered leds and polarized film for blackout
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ever try doing the gi mod? the gipro ds still looks bigger than the one he uses? i want to try and do it since i just ordered leds and polarized film for blackout
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looks good. how much was the gi? i think i like to try to make it fit where moty puts his as well.
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looks good. how much was the gi? i think i like to try to make it fit where moty puts his as well.
It was $160 taxes in. I was trying to put it where Moty design does it. But couldn't make it fit.


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i would think you just need to take the plastic case off of it and only mount the screen and circuit guts/wires inside....obviously i dont have one and havent seen one but thats just my first thoughts.
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I am thinking of taking a healtech GI and try to change the display with a smaller like this: http://www.ebay.com/itm/20mm-x-13mm-...item589c385a68

It might be better and can put the display everywhere i want... First of all i have to wait till April to finish with army and i will try to fix it


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I am thinking of taking a healtech GI and try to change the display with a smaller like this: http://www.ebay.com/itm/20mm-x-13mm-...item589c385a68

It might be better and can put the display everywhere i want... First of all i have to wait till April to finish with army and i will try to fix it

not a bad idea at all!! keep it updated if you try to do it!!
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i thought i coudnt, but i proved myself wrong haha.

how does it look on the inside?
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VERY interested in doing this to my '11, especially because assuming the area code on his site is correct I'd be keeping my money with a local guy, but I am wondering what the blacked out looks like in the daytime. I know someone said it's impossible to photograph, but does anyone who has the mod done care to take a stab at it for us?
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VERY interested in doing this to my '11, especially because assuming the area code on his site is correct I'd be keeping my money with a local guy, but I am wondering what the blacked out looks like in the daytime. I know someone said it's impossible to photograph, but does anyone who has the mod done care to take a stab at it for us?
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how much does something like this cost with installation??

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his mod to my gauge cluster is on of the coolest thing on my 07,, black out is awesome Gear indicator is Awesome BUT learn to program it your self !!!!!!! Dealerships are not great at this !!!.. I just put on a speedo DRD and now have to re program it my self



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can anyone tell me if you have to ship your cluster to him? also any feedback on how you like it etc? ive been interested in this mod for a long time and i need feedback to really pull the trigger on it.

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can anyone tell me if you have to ship your cluster to him? also any feedback on how you like it etc? ive been interested in this mod for a long time and i need feedback to really pull the trigger on it.
Yes you do need to send them the cluster to install the GI, however this was done awhile ago and BrowningBuck sold the site to someone else. I am not sure if they are still doing the GI install, even though it is on the site. Site hasn't been undated other than the contact info since the sale of the site.
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Well that's disappointing, I really want this mod too...
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Yes you do need to send them the cluster to install the GI, however this was done awhile ago and BrowningBuck sold the site to someone else. I am not sure if they are still doing the GI install, even though it is on the site. Site hasn't been undated other than the contact info since the sale of the site.
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NO!!!!!!!!!!!!! OH MY GOD!!!!! that sucks so much!!!!!!!! i mean what a quality product!!!! ugh that really makes me sad. ugh.... alright. well thanks for telling me this though! i was about to make a payment for nothing. so thanks man appreciate it!

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Tripage, I sent one yesterday too. Hopefully this is something that they offer, I really want this!
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thank you very much tripage, i appreciate that

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