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Started working on my SS.

I not a professional but a hobbyist when working on my Slingshot, so please bear with me...

I decided that I was going to add a separate fuse box, relays and power/negative blocks to run my accessories.

Im adding the following:

-Radio

-2 Gauges:
  • Water Temp
  • Oil Pressure
-RGB LED Lights:
  • 3 wheel kits - which I'm building my self - no need to spend the 350 plus for them
  • 4 strips under the SS
  • 2 smaller strips under the dash and glove box
  • Light Pack also allows for all led lights go to go Red when 12 volts applied in addition to the multi patterns - requires a relay to convert negative output to positive output for 12 volt trigger
-Wireless relay for remote starter kill

-12 volt blinking light

Here my schematic :





Image of the radio and install:





Gauge install





RGB LED lights




 

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Nice. I love a good build thread. Seeing it take shape is half the fun. :woot:

Welcome to the forum and the SS modding madness.
Thank you...i will keep posting updates..
 

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Just finished the gauges:






Half way done with the LED light
 

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Added the following today:










 

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All that nice work but leaving the crappy stock pods and speakers? o_O
That will be the next project....looking at what type of setup i want to build...
 

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Added the wireless starter disable.

 

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Replaced the micro brake switch today...magnetic one went bad
 

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Working on building and installing the wheel LEDs today...
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Is there a plug and play harness for the gauges to get the read outs?
No...have to splice for power, both ACC/Constant and ground. Then connect the wire to the sensor..
 
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