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Old 05-15-2018, 11:46 PM
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With some direction of Hacker and Alan’s write up on how to wire the two motor aero mirrors into the single motor wiring harness I was able to get the mirrors working like factory with the stock joy stick and side to side switch. Alan’s write up has a relay tied into the joy stick wiring.












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That is nice!
Well done on the mirrors.
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Old 05-16-2018, 07:14 PM
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New to this game, but just wanted to say "HOLY $H!T" what an incredible Build and Thread! And the shoes....

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That is nice!
Well done on the mirrors.
thank you
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Originally Posted by dagersh View Post
New to this game, but just wanted to say "HOLY $H!T" what an incredible Build and Thread! And the shoes....

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thanks.......not sure I understand the shoe thing though
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thank you
You are quite welcome! I am way too far in on my Red Witch, but I am in awe of what you are doing.




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thanks.......not sure I understand the shoe thing though
Wait...what? You're kidding, right?
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thanks.......not sure I understand the shoe thing though
Sure thing Captain!
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Old 05-17-2018, 01:49 PM
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Installed the Cascade VB-2 on the doors. There is a little learning curve, but really nice to work with. The material doesn’t have much flexibility until you add a little heat with heat gun. I used welding gloves when contouring the material. The trick is to get the material warm but not to hot where it becomes rubber like.



I'm going to follow your installation and also add Cascade VB-2 sound dampening to my doors. I'd appreciate any tips beyond what you have outlined above. How did you get such clean cuts in the material? Did you end up covering the access openings for the window regulator and motor? Di you add any dampening to the outside skin? How much material did you require for both doors?
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I'm going to follow your installation and also add Cascade VB-2 sound dampening to my doors. I'd appreciate any tips beyond what you have outlined above. How did you get such clean cuts in the material? Did you end up covering the access openings for the window regulator and motor? Di you add any dampening to the outside skin? How much material did you require for both doors?
Both "Just Peachy" and "Empty Shell" threads installed the Cascade sound proofing first. The material is somewhat stiff with a adhesive back. I just cut a piece for the length and height of the door and started at the top of the door. I used a heat gun to make the material flexible, and used a plastic molding remover tool along with roller to mold material to door. Wear a glove and use hand and thumb to help mold, don't over heat or you will turn material into a rubbery mess. I cut out the openings, screw and bolt holes after and trimmed the sides. Once you get the hang of it the second door goes much easier.
I am getting ready to replace my glass in the doors due to pitting and will add something similar to dyno-matt on the inside.

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Both "Just Peachy" and "Empty Shell" threads installed the Cascade sound proofing first. The material is somewhat stiff with a adhesive back. I just cut a piece for the length and height of the door and started at the top of the door. I used a heat gun to make the material flexible, and used a plastic molding remover tool along with roller to mold material to door. Wear a glove and use hand and thumb to help mold, don't over heat or you will turn material into a rubbery mess. I cut out the openings, screw and bolt holes after and trimmed the sides. Once you get the hang of it the second door goes much easier.
I am getting ready to replace my glass in the doors due to pitting and will add something similar to dyno-matt on the inside.

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Awesome - thanks
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Received my New ECM back from GM today and installed. Motor fired right up and runs good for having the big injectors.
Sorry, didnt do something right on the download of video

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Nicely done!
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That is a sweet sound!
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Sounds nasty...and that's a good thing. Look forward to seeing her in Tucson T
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