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step by step dash install please

Discussion in 'Interior Swap' started by NCALSVT, Jul 27, 2010.

  1. NCALSVT

    NCALSVT New Member

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    can we get a step by step dash,and maybe sn95 door install,thanks
     
  2. modularf

    modularf Well-Known Member

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    What exactly would you like to know...
     
  3. SVTCAPRI

    SVTCAPRI New Member

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    I just put up a post with some pics on SN-95 dash swap. Its not a step by step but Im gonna try to get up a good step by step instructions by the summer. Im gonna be tearing mine down and I'll take some good photos. Here's some of my pics with small descriptions.
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    http://s930.photobucket.com/albums/ad147/SVTCAPRI/SN-95 Dash Swap/
     
  4. modularf

    modularf Well-Known Member

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    Awesome and thanks for the inputs..:)
     
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    roachedone Well-Known Member Donator

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    I think this is gonna help alot!! Thanks for posting the pictures
     
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  6. SVTCAPRI

    SVTCAPRI New Member

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    You all are welcome! Ive just got to start working on this again.When I get the instrument panel out I'm going to get some way better pics up.
     
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  7. modularf

    modularf Well-Known Member

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    man it is looking nice.. Thanks again..
     
  8. myers407

    myers407 Well-Known Member Staff Member

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    This is a shot that will help give you an Idea of what will have to be cut off. [​IMG][​IMG]
    This is the HVAC box from my 02 doner car you can see the brackes that I had to make to bolt it up. This is a much better system than the fox set up. [​IMG]
    Just a bit of a teaser picture.
     
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  9. ModFoxMustangs

    ModFoxMustangs Well-Known Member Staff Member

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    Wow very nice..

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  10. myers407

    myers407 Well-Known Member Staff Member

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    I found another picture that will help give an idea of how to strat this. I made a template of the firewall and then used a sharpie to put that on the dash. Enjoy the others of some of the brackets that will have to be moved and rewelded. [​IMG][​IMG][​IMG][​IMG][​IMG]
    You will see the console in place here it is important to make sure that it is lined up before welding everything in place. This was the first dash that I had gotten before I scored my 2000.00 doner car. [​IMG][​IMG]
    This is one of the lower brackets.
    [​IMG][​IMG]
     
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  11. Bill

    Bill Well-Known Member Staff Member Donator

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    Very useful pics.
     
  12. myers407

    myers407 Well-Known Member Staff Member

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    I am currently helping Foxzilla do the same conversion on his. I will be sure to get some good pics and have him post them as well.
     
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  13. Bill

    Bill Well-Known Member Staff Member Donator

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    That would be awesome. One of the important things for me is having a functional HVAC, including defrost. I saw one at a show that the guy had cut all the defrost off and had ducted the defrost up through some vents he mounted on the top of the dash. I'm hoping I can find a better way to do that.
     
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    myers407 Well-Known Member Staff Member

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    When I got mine cut in I still have a fully functional set up. Blows up just right.
     
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    Still not sure if om gonna tackle this or not

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  16. azsnake

    azsnake Member

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    Did you cut off your defrost vents, then remove more material and somehow splice the dash together? Similar to how the SN95 door panels are spliced together? I was looking at your photobucket link and it kinda looks like thats what you did, but I can be sure.
     

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