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Old 07-13-2010, 01:50 PM
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Dash Daq mounted with Edge pod. Pics please?

I was wondering how people are actually mounting the dash daq to the edge pod? I have an edge pod but I am not quite sure how to attach it. Does anyone have any pics of how they mounted theres? Thanks
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You could use velcro. I think Rudy's has some sort of bracket built in to it to hold the DashDAQ.
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There is a bracket that we made that will allow you to mount the Spartan tuner on the outside of the Edge pod. Finished product looks like this: PHALANX-POD

Give us a call and I can send you just the bracket if that is all you need. Thanks
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I have debated using velcro, but was worried about how long it would last and or if the dash daq would be to heavy on it and in the summer months want to pull off? Yes I have heard/seen your guys mounts, but never in person. I have heard of a few people doing it on there own with various materials. What does just the brackets cost from you guys Aaron? thanks
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Here are couple of pics of what I did with mine. The dashdaq in just sitting in the cutout, cut it tight so it would hold, and the pod is just sitting up on the dash, no velcro or adhesive, been up there since march of 09 with problems. Hope this helps

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Fisherford. That looks really clean. I like how its actually recessed in there a bit. So it stays in there just fine? I travel alot of dirt and county roads so I might be worried about it falling out maybe? Also where did you get the paint to paint yours? I went to ford yesterday and they have discontinued making the interior spray paint for some reason.
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The Edge Pod comes in that color
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Ahh maybe I should open my box that its in and look. Thanks for the info snowflake.
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Fisherford. That looks really clean. I like how its actually recessed in there a bit. So it stays in there just fine? I travel alot of dirt and county roads so I might be worried about it falling out maybe? Also where did you get the paint to paint yours? I went to ford yesterday and they have discontinued making the interior spray paint for some reason.
Thanks. Yep it's stays in there just fine. I drive some fairly rough roads here in IA and it's never came loose. Yes I did paint it. another, Spartan DD mount All the info you need is in this post I made originally on it, and few more pics.
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