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View Poll Results: Should FPV supply some kind of Sat Nav holder for the remote control?
Yes, a Sat Nav remote holder would be great 9 90.00%
No, Im happy for the remote to flop around the car 1 10.00%
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Old 01-26-2004, 04:35   #1 (permalink)
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Should FPV supply some kind of Sat Nav holder for the remote control?
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It would be nice!

i still havent figured out what that plastic arm in the center colsole is for!

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It would be nice!

i still havent figured out what that plastic arm in the center colsole is for!

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Oh, thats for cleaning your teeth with.

(or a mobile phone car kit if you dont have any teeth left from high speed driving)

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Re: FPV Sat Nav Holder for remote control

Yes this has been a bitch of mine i rang up Denso and they dont have any holders built for these Sat Nav but said they will look into it.
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Oh, thats for cleaning your teeth with.

(or a mobile phone car kit if you dont have any teeth left from high speed driving)

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Teeth i have! but car phone i don't, i might try and mod the holder to work with the sat nav remote. i'll take a look at it tommorrow and see if i can sort something out.

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Should FPV supply some kind of Sat Nav holder for the remote control?
I ended up sewing (shhh....don't tell anyone) a small "bag" that just fits the remote...out of leather chamois, with a velcro fastener. It's still free to rattle around the console, but at least it's protected.
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I ended up sewing (shhh....don't tell anyone) a small "bag" that just fits the remote...out of leather chamois, with a velcro fastener. It's still free to rattle around the console, but at least it's protected.
Ok, Ok...I also sewed another small "bag" also out of leather chamois, to go over my MOMO knob (Gear that is) when it gets parked in the sun.

Those of you who have the MOMO gear knob will know only too well that the MOMO gear knob.... and the top of the stocker probably, gets way too hot to touch if the interior heats up.

My name is Burnsi...I have been a Sewaholic now for many years.....
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Ok, Ok...I also sewed another small "bag" also out of leather chamois, to go over my MOMO knob (Gear that is) when it gets parked in the sun.

Those of you who have the MOMO gear knob will know only too well that the MOMO gear knob.... and the top of the stocker probably, gets way too hot to touch if the interior heats up.

My name is Burnsi...I have been a Sewaholic now for many years.....
This is the reason I carry a stubby holder in my car . A dual purpose device.
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