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Old 08-29-2010, 12:00 PM   #11  
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But the question is......why are you wanting to do this?????
i believe I already said this. i'm putting the complete drivetrain from my '95 into my fox because the front end is tweaked in the '95 and the fox is lighter. i want to keep the same computer cause it's already got a tune on it and it runs good with it. plus i don't have the a9l for the fox it had a sd setup.
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Ahhh gotacha. Makes sense. Well why don't you just swap the whole interior over as well and that way you can take all the wiring and not have to worry about any of it?
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sn95 dash on a fox FTW
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i would like to but that involves grinding on the dash and i have to move the door handles back some in the doors, not sure how i would go about doing that.
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Actually you can leave the door handles where they are at. Some have moved them, some have trimmed them and I have seen some that didn't touch them at all. It all depends on how you do the dash. Screw it, strip your 95 and put EVERYTHING in the fox!
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Actually you can leave the door handles where they are at. Some have moved them, some have trimmed them and I have seen some that didn't touch them at all. It all depends on how you do the dash. Screw it, strip your 95 and put EVERYTHING in the fox!
i was thinking about it. mainly because I like my sn gauges muuuch better than the foxes. i guess it depends how lazy i feel over winter. lol.
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