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My homeade backlit radio delete panel with Trans Am logo progress pics
Havent worked on the car much lately. Almost done with the radio delete panel, I like how its turning out. I had a guy make me a mirrored TRANS AM logo so I could stick it on the back, paint around it, and peel off the decal so it looks right from the front. Im using plexiglass and it looks a whole lot better if you can paint it from the back. That way it looks like a mirror finish on the front even though I used cheap flat black paint. Nice little trick. I just ordered some red transparent taillight film that I will stick on the back to make it glow red (the cars painted red) and to also make it stay red when the lights are off. I have it wired to the dimmer switch so I can adjust brightness. I might have to go with a small light bar instead of this LED strip unless the red film will diffuse the light more evenly. Hopefully, it will look alot better. Anywayz, heres a few pics.
93 T/A - LT4 Hotcam, 1.6 comp pro-mags, Mac mids, K&N CAI, Aluminum intake elbow, MSD OTVC wires, Cats!, AIR!, EGR!, EVAP! Blowmaster muffler,
LS1 driveshaft, Tuned by Madtuner.com, new KYB's just installed! Riding smooth again!
95 T/A 6 speed - Fully forged 383, custom cam by Alan Futral, jordan musser ported heads, LT4 ported intake, LS1 driveshaft, LT's, True duals, dynomax bullets, 1.6 pro mags, CAI, MSD OTVC wires, 407 RWHP, 395 TQ old numbers.
Any update on this? (lol) I was interested in it. I dont care if its the wrong section, just wondering if you have any more pics since the red film? Also wondering how easy it would be to mount a AFR gauge there as opposed to the a pillar, could also be a great spot to put a nitrous gauge.