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Tameanaka
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Tameanaka Jun 6, 10:56pm - #19961 

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Can someone post up a guide or find me a guide on how to install underbody neons? Where did you put your tubes, transformer, how did you connect your power source, etc.? Any help would be appreciated. thanks.

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VSGTS14 Jun 7, 2:13am - #19962 

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ouch, that's a biggie. We need to have one of the moderator's or someone who has installed them to write up a nice install guide for this for people who need help like this one and put it in the installs section. Sorry I can't help, I would write a guide for you but I have never done underbody neons and don't have knowledge of where to put them since I never did it. Don't worry, someone will reply telling you though.

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IcEd blUe Jun 7, 2:19am - #19963 

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have you tried zip ties? lol worked on my old car (its so sad I can't even tell you the car name) and it stayed there for quite a bit..well until it broke from a speed bump...those things are the devils playground grin
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Karrion28 Jun 7, 5:30am - #19964 
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Here are a few pics on where to mount your tubes.

rear

rear2

right

left

I dont have any pics of the front neon because I would have to take off my front bumper.

MY transformer is located up in my wheel well.

Street Glow under body neons should come with straps and self taping screws.
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celicapimp02 Jun 7, 8:40am - #19965 

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looks good man
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Tameanaka Jun 7, 2:02pm - #19966 

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Karrion, which wheel well and what did you hook it up to for power just the battery?

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Karrion28 Jun 8, 6:16am - #19967 
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Its located in the left wheel well.

I got the power strait from the fuse box.

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Tameanaka Jun 8, 1:42pm - #19968 

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Wow, you have a lot of stuff hooked up to there. What else do you have? So far I mounted the rear and the sides, but I am puzzled as to where to put the front neon. Did you put it in the beam that is behind the bumper? Any direction would help. Thanks.

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Satoshi Jun 8, 3:09pm - #19969 
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Karrion28 Jun 8, 5:26pm - #19970 
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Originally Posted by Tameanaka
Wow, you have a lot of stuff hooked up to there. What else do you have? So far I mounted the rear and the sides, but I am puzzled as to where to put the front neon. Did you put it in the beam that is behind the bumper? Any direction would help. Thanks.


I have foot well neons, underbody neons, angel eyes, and my gauges hooked up to my fuse box.

The front neon is located behind the beam.

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RicePowered Jun 9, 1:42am - #19971 
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Originally Posted by Karrion28
Its located in the left wheel well.

I got the power strait from the fuse box.

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See you took my idea thumbsup thumbsup Good stuff
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Karrion28 Jun 9, 5:31am - #19972 
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Originally Posted by RicePowered
See you took my idea thumbsup thumbsup Good stuff


yeah, thanks for the info thumbsup
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Tameanaka Jun 9, 9:50pm - #19973 

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Karrion what fuse do you have your underbody neons hooked up to, and what fuse do you use for the add a circuit 10 amp? Thanks

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Street Prototype Jun 9, 10:13pm - #19974 

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Originally Posted by Karrion28
Its located in the left wheel well.

I got the power strait from the fuse box.

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thats a clean setup right there, Ken and Darren eek thumbsup

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RicePowered Jun 10, 12:38am - #19975 
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Yup fuse extenders are GREEEEEEAAAAAAAAATTTTT thumbsup
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Karrion28 Jun 10, 3:24am - #19976 
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Originally Posted by Tameanaka
Karrion what fuse do you have your underbody neons hooked up to, and what fuse do you use for the add a circuit 10 amp? Thanks


I used the radio fuse, which is on the bottom row fourth fuse to the right.

The fuse extenders turn one fuse slot into two slots. The radio fuse is a 15amp and I added a 10amp fuse for the under body neons. smile
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