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Elkal900
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Elkal900 Sep 3, 5:49pm - #41914 

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Clock hole ideas?

well I screwed up, I burnet my clock up but I have one on my head unit so I dont need a new one...

question is any ideas on what I could fill that hole up with. Now I just have a blue painted grill in it...but I wanted to be a little more creative
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CID498
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CID498 Sep 3, 6:03pm - #41915 

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How about another clock. but seriosly maybe a radar detector or how about a pez candy dispenser... Shit I'd get a new clock for it IMO.

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hupsohl
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hupsohl Sep 3, 6:26pm - #41916 
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You can try putting a gauge in there.
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trog2233
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trog2233 Sep 3, 6:34pm - #41917 

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I like the PEZ despenser idea rofl Thats what i vote thumbsup

No just go buy a new clock at Toyota
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VSGTS14 Sep 3, 6:53pm - #41918 

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maybe get an emblem mounted there with some stuff behind it to look *clean*

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Gen7fan Sep 3, 6:54pm - #41919 
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mmmmm, pez.
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Evan
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Evan Sep 3, 7:18pm - #41920 

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maybe switches for neons or NAWWWWWWWS! rofl

Pez sounds good though, too tasty

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fastceli2001
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fastceli2001 Sep 3, 7:29pm - #41921 

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spiderman pez despenser thumbsup

a kid told me that celicas handle like crap... i laughed
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modyfyit
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modyfyit Sep 3, 8:42pm - #41922 
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here are some of the things i have thought of, billet TRD badge, TOM's badge, GTS Emblem, something with led's and a billet badge, a blue clock, make it flush, animated lcd screen... ya, i hate my green clock
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Barrett
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Barrett Sep 3, 10:32pm - #41923 
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I've always thought about putting a radar detector in it, you would need some electrical experience though b/c you would have to have the actual "detector" exposed so it can see outside
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DiabloGTS
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DiabloGTS Sep 3, 10:34pm - #41924 

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That clock is like $400 in the Celica parts catalog as listed on this website.

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ev3
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ev3 Sep 4, 3:37am - #41925 

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are you sure that the clock is blown? coz once my clock went dead and it was only a fuse that had top be fixed. is the little inside liught blown? coz they use the same fuse and if they are both gone, chances are its just a blown fuse...
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isayx3
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isayx3 Sep 4, 4:51am - #41926 
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turbo timer! jk...i saw a radar detector!

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Steven
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Steven Sep 4, 4:56am - #41927 
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I love my clock's position.
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Elkal900
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Elkal900 Sep 4, 5:05am - #41928 

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hmmm...I didnt even think to check the fuse...doh...though it burned the one for the alarm at the same time

I dont really want the OEM clock back in there anyway so not am I only removing the green numbers but also the passenger seat belt light. I wanted something different the Toyota badge from the rear of the car fits nicely...maybe I could put a couple of LEDs behind it...and maybe when I have something worth monitoring I could put some digital guadge in there

another question anyone else have two loose wires behind the clock...they had red covered male and female connects on them(hooking them together burned the clock...oops)

LOL Pez despencer would be great...and it would be cool to mold a radar detector in there
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Immo
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Immo Sep 4, 8:29am - #41929 

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Put in a shift light and cover the rest up with plexiglass

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MxReb0
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MxReb0 Sep 4, 4:05pm - #41930 

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Send your clock to me so I can experiment with making it blue.

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Elkal900
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Elkal900 Sep 4, 5:20pm - #41931 

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hmm a shift light would be cool...I dont like those big bulky one in the dash, and I could see that pretty easy...

and you probably dont want my clock its fried...its not even green anymore
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Rave669
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Rave669 Sep 5, 2:00am - #41932 

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get an AXAS shift indicator, I have one of those, and it's skinny enough to fit perfectly, has four bright LED's that light sequentially between two RPM levels you dial in. RSVersion is selling them for $78 + shipping. that's where I got mine...

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The light module is about the size of a 9-volt battery, and the controller is about the size of a pack of cigarettes.
The clock hole is big enough that you could put the shift light and controller together in there, side by side. would look sweet.

Otherwise, I'd add a carbon fiber fill plate, and make holes for engine start button, maybe some swithces for other systems in the car.

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Immo
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Immo Sep 5, 9:19am - #41933 

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Originally Posted by Rave669
get an AXAS shift indicator, I have one of those, and it's skinny enough to fit perfectly, has four bright LED's that light sequentially between two RPM levels you dial in. RSVersion is selling them for $78 + shipping. that's where I got mine...


Where is RSVersion located? Can I order online?

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Immo
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Immo Sep 5, 9:25am - #41934 

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hmmmmm

rsversion.com


rolleyes rolleyes
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robare99
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robare99 Sep 5, 6:03pm - #41935 

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Put in a line of LEDs that light up in sequence back and forth, just like KITT in Knight Rider. LMAO that would be SO gay.

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Elkal900
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Elkal900 Sep 6, 4:20pm - #41936 

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Originally Posted by robare99
Put in a line of LEDs that light up in sequence back and forth, just like KITT in Knight Rider. LMAO that would be SO gay.

Rob


I had already joked about that rofl
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