I started by removing the entire dash, then mounted it to some wood out of the car to form the new dash, after quite a few hours with fib... Show moreerglass ,bondo and sanding- followed by glue then tan vinyl then paint. I actually had two dashes that i made and installed but i didn't like the way they turned out, This is the 3rd one, and last because i'm not doing again.
Here's pics of my autometer guages, I'm still missing 2 guages- can't afford to buy them right now.
Some fiberglass filling i had to do to make the top of the dash even with the glove box
Notice the cool air vents made by Billet Specialties, my first two versions of the dash I didn't have vents,
You can see why a 3rd version was built.
The picture above is view of the pinhole camera i have mounted behind the rear license plate.
I've completely removed the interior of thr car, then installed dynamat throughout thr entire inside of the car. I've started rewiring all the wires and devices.
I've done alot of work on my other vehicle,(shame on me!)
But the sun will shine again, on little maxima Show Less
ELECTRICAL CHANGES/UPGRADESI have relocated the battery to the trunk- I cut out the spare tire cavity and replaced it with an box made of angle iron- in that... Show more box i have main battery, secondary battery,battery isolator, 2 small 7 AH batteries for alarm and door/trunk opening fail-safe back-up, 1 farad cap, DC to AC inverter, I routed 2/0 guage wire from alternator to main battery in trunk, i welded a ground to the rear of the car for all battery grounds.Here is a picture of the trunk lid. I used a 1/2 inch piece of plywood covered in grey tweed, then i have an PPI 2200 and PPI 2600 amplifier mounted also. I had to install gas strong arms, one on each side, to suport the weight. PERFORMANCEHere is a pic of my intake, i think it's for an integra but just cut it in half to fit.Also to the right of the air filter is my ignition system, Jacobs ignition(Mileage Master) Show Less