3SX Dash Vents

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BluDevl
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3SX Dash Vents

Post by BluDevl » Tue Jun 30, 2015 6:20 pm

Today I was able to finally replace the cracked dash vents in my Stealth. I ended up getting the 3SX metal dash vents that are powder coated black to look more like the stock vents. Overall I am pretty happy with the results. The fit nicely and do look very close to stock. They were also much easier to install than taking off the dashboard and putting in the OEM vents. I will warn you though, please have your windshield replaced at the same time. These would have been impossible to replace without the windshield removed. I have no idea how people would be able to install properly without removing the glass.

I will post a finished pic with the glass and everything put back together later once I complete that.
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Re: 3SX Dash Vents

Post by curt_gendron » Tue Jun 30, 2015 10:14 pm

Looks good. Those vents should hold up to your 120 degree temps in Raleigh. ;)
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