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    x2percentmilk's Variable Pop-Up Controller

    Features:
    - Three position switch to select stock operation (recommended for night driving), user-defined height, and "snake eyes"
    - Two versions, "Standard" which is pictured below, and "Remote" which has the switch on an extension to mount on whatever you wish. Please let me know which one youd like.
    - Can select virtually any position in the popups range to rise to, very fine adjustment capabilities with the smooth dial
    - Defined physical "click" you can feel in the center of the dial, so while making adjustments you do not need to be visually focused on the knob
    - Discrete black box design for easy mounting, measures 4"x2"x1"
    - Metal plate on lid is removable (as can be seen in the video), but recommended for mounting with double stick tape.

    Whats in The Box:
    - The Control Unit
    - 5 feet of connected signal wire for easy mounting
    - 3 feet of ground wire
    - Crimp on ring connector for ground
    - (Optional) Remote switch with 3 feet of wire
    - Instructions

    Things to Consider:
    I DO NOT have control of the individual height or speed of your popups, thats all in the motors, most pairs should raise at close to the same speed.

    When the car is on, the popups will rise slightly higher, which I'm assuming is because of the extra few volts supplied to the motors, thus making them spin faster, so you might want to think about the "Standard" option for easy adjustability, or mount the box somewhere easily accessible if you mind.

    Theres a small quirk where the etacs resends the signal (again im assuming) when you change things quickly (ex, turn lights on with steering column switch then quickly hit the pop-up button). Dont play with the buttons and itll work fine :P

    Also, There is a reason this costs less than competitors and some others cost a lot more. While I didn't cheap out on things and its an overall sturdy unit, its obviously not built like a tank. Please dont use excessive force on the knobs, switch, and wires, and it should last a good long time.

    I have enough parts for 2 units
    Cost is 39 dollars + 5 dollars shipping anywhere in the US.
    PM me for international shipping, its usually around 14 US dollars.

    Will also consider trades and partial trades (including me owing).
    Last edited by x2percentmilk; 02-10-2011 at 02:44 AM.

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    Installation Instructions:
    http://bit.ly/dggkkp
    Last edited by x2percentmilk; 01-09-2011 at 08:09 PM.

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    I just got around to finishing the install on mine, just took a bit to find the right connector.
    Works great, pleasure doing business with you, hope you sell a thousand of 'em.
    Thanks again.

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    Absolutely, im glad you like it and that everything went well after the connector issue was sorted out

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    So you only have 2 left for 40 bucks!! OMG Im so tempted to just get it now!!!

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    yessir and 35 a piece, sorry if I didnt get that straight.

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    One left!

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    Interested and I am PMin!
    vroom vroom i drive a 93 toyota mr2.

    https://car.social

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    all sold, will be updating soon

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    Got mine installed today. Here are a couple of pics:
    Control box mounted under dash, near the vent.

    Remote switch mounted in the bezel near the fog light and headlight switchs.


    Everything works EXACTLY as it does in the video.

    Looking forward to seein' what you can do with the gauges.

    Thanks Milk

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