ashtray light panel pics ???

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  1. xs man 27

    xs man 27 Active Member

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    does anyone have any companys ashtray switch panel for sn95 mustangs ? I saw a AFM one for nitrous I liked that I was thinkin about getting one that comes already with the switches.. my question is does anyone have a ashtray switch panel in there sn95 with any pics ? thanks
     
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    Made my own ..its a no brainer mod.
     
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    yup as he said I trimmed some posterboard and then transferred that to aluminum.
     
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    pics ?
     
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    95opal Well-Known Member

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    Ill sift through my pics tonit to see what I have but in reality its as basic as you can get I think it took all of 15 min to go from cardboard template to aluminum. takes less time than changing spark plugs.
     
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    MustangChris Legend Retired Staff SN95 Supporter

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    i have one if you want it.

    ill need to dig it out.

    PM me if you're interested.
     
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    get the little round switches with the leds in them to tell you that they are on and all you have to do is drill a few holes and stick them in. I will take a pic of mine in a little while when I go back out but I integrated the remote I needed for my gauges in mine.