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Ok guys, I've finally got down and decided to sell some of my parts. I have pics of some of the stuff, but I'll try to get new pics from my mom within the next day or so. So, here is the parts list:

Stock H/U (Non-USB radio) - B.O
Stock 30/30 Boost Gauge - $30+shipping OBO(should only be like $5 anywhere really) - SOLD
Stock A Pillar Gauge Pod (Single) - $20+shipping OBO
Stock 160mph Gauge Cluster Plate - $10 shipped
Stock Cold Side CP - $30+shipping OBO
RPD Gauge - $225+shipping (Brand New, Paid $330 for it, never installed it, does NOT come with the pillar as the pillar is already accounted for)
Stock Air Box w/ MAF sensor (needs a filter, I'm sure my K&N is no longer good anymore). - SOLD
Strut tower bar - $40 + Shipping OBO (is used, not on my car as it won't fit with my charge piping there, is painted Grey right now) (please don't mind the ford box, that's what it came in when I got it) - SOLD
Injen Hot Side Charge pipe (polished)

That's it for now, If I think of more, I'll let you know. I have a pic of the RPD, everything else, I'll see if I can get some pics for you.

Let me know! :)
 

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Levee
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I don't want the RPD because of 3 reasons.

1. They don't have dual or triple pods for them (yet, thus why my pillar isn't available).
2. It lags out too much for a tuned T/C running as much as I am (doesn't read the boost sometimes, and it gets wacky over 300hp)
3. It was too big in my windshield for my liking, so I'll stick with the regular gauges. :) My loss, you guy's gain! :)
 

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I don't want the RPD because of 3 reasons.

1. They don't have dual or triple pods for them (yet, thus why my pillar isn't available).
2. It lags out too much for a tuned T/C running as much as I am (doesn't read the boost sometimes, and it gets wacky over 300hp)
3. It was too big in my windshield for my liking, so I'll stick with the regular gauges. :) My loss, you guy's gain! :)
Ah damn, i didnt know that. Im not looking to buy it i dont have a tc lol i have just driven some and i liked the rpd a lot
 

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Levee
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Yeah, I did too when I first bought it. It did everything I wanted it for. But before I could get mine installed, a few friends of mine in MI with them showed me their issues, and it turned me away, but some still like them. Besides, the Aeroforce Interceptor gauges do everything the RPD does and more, so eh. lol.
 

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Levee
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Not a problem, that info could be used by someone, you never know! :) Thanks for the luck!
 

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Not a problem, that info could be used by someone, you never know! :) Thanks for the luck!
Yeah, i mean that was a huge thing that i was looking for when i get a new tc and now that i know that it doesnt handle more power too well, it changes things, lol.
 

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Yeah, i mean that was a huge thing that i was looking for when i get a new tc and now that i know that it doesnt handle more power too well, it changes things, lol.
Yeah, somethings still work on it though when running more power, like your timing advance, your g-forces, your A/F ratios (delayed a little bit from actual specs), and a few other things. But there are certain things on there that I wanted that glitched for all my buddies and I can't have that when I'm into high-end tuning for tracks.
 

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Bumpage! :)
 

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i thought u cant use the rpd on non ss/tc?
 

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I don't see why you couldn't, but you wouldn't get all the options the RPD will give you.
 

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i read on css a long time ago u need a special harness for it to work
 

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i read on css a long time ago u need a special harness for it to work
You need a $62 harness. I have the link of the write-up to make it work for anyone that wants it. Really simple to do as it only takes about 15 minutes to do. :)
 

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bump!
 

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bump! List updated.
 
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