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    TFT in Air Nozzles @ MK4

    hi,
    i'm from germany and my english is not the best, also keep cool

    I have found a great idea, and i want to build it: for example:


    have this anyone here at the forum? url?
    i want to see more pictures

    ps: no i don't want a DIN tft!!!

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    What kind of car is that? A VW? Where I live, I could not imagine sacrificing two air conditioning vents. I'd sweat my @$$ off. Might be ok in Germany, though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by coffeejolts View Post
    What kind of car is that? A VW? Where I live, I could not imagine sacrificing two air conditioning vents. I'd sweat my @$$ off. Might be ok in Germany, though.
    IT would suck in Germany as well - at least in Bavaria in the summer time.

    Why not build a binnacle above/behind the air vents?

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    Quote Originally Posted by reece146 View Post
    IT would suck in Germany as well - at least in Bavaria in the summer time.

    Why not build a binnacle above/behind the air vents?
    yes thats a good idea, have you a example?

    @coffee

    it's a MK4 (in germany Golf 4 )
    here in germany it's not so difficult in terms of heat

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