If i have this right, the first pic is of the front LI sensors and the STI-R receiver. I am still wondering what the difference is between the STI-R and the STI-R and the STI XR-C Plus. I bought the XR-C Plus, but it comes in the STI-R box with a XR-C Plus sticker over the STI-R, and it comes with the STI-R install manual and installation disc. It obviously costs a lot more money for the extra letters!!!!
This is the rear light. I had to heat it in the oven at 120 degrees celsius to soften the glue and prise the outer lense from the light. A little tricky to say the least. If you go hotter than 120, you melt the light. I found this out the hard way and these are my second set of lights!!! I have them pointing out on a 45 degree angle to try to counter the Poliscan speed camera we have here in WA. I feel this is a bigger risk than a rear shot from a hand held.
This is the light finished. I have tinted the lenses which makes it more difficult to see the heads, but have left the lense clear where the LI head views the road.
I have put the STI LED in the dash and the controls on the steering column. you cant see the controls here with the steering wheel up, but......
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When the steering column is down they can be easily seen and adjusted.
If i am not out of sequence, this should be the AUX jack in the centre console. It is wired up through 2 relays so that when i pull the male jack out of the socket the LI reverts to parking sensors only and the STI turns off.
This should be a pic of the interior of the car with the dash and interior removed. I wanted to do it properly with all the wiring done and secured properly, hidden from view and to look factory if anyone stuck their head under the dash.
And here is the dash sitting on my lounge while i work on it.
This is the STI display in the vent and the LI switch on the lower right.
Hope you like the install. It took forever to get done with the car being off the road for 4 days!!!!