In Reply to: Everything You Ever Wanted To Know About... posted by Rachel- Book of UNGO on March 04, 2001 at 22:50:09:
(OK I have been coding too long)
I started writing this last year with Harvster to basically answer the question, "Is it really just as easy to install an UNGO Car Alarm as it is to install a LeatherZ armrest?"
The answer is:
Never mind, I learned a lot and ended up with a fabulous alarm, LeatherZ A pillars, a hardwired V1 (the EASY way)and more goodies than I ever thought possible.
I keep seeing questions on the MB like- "How do I find my Siren Connector?" that we have answered in detail in the Book Of UNGO, so here goes…
I keep waiting until this thing is "finished" but enough is enough.
With thanks to so many Z3 friends who contributed (knowingly or not ;) ), for anyone who ever considered:
Removing A Pillars, Removing Glove Box, Removing Armrest, V1 Hardwiring, Center Console Removal, Footlight Panel, Removal, Vinyl Repair Kit, Removing armrest lids, Euro alarm LED and more things I am sure I haven’t mentioned… also for anyone bored stuck inside during inclement weather, this is how I survived the winter… If I can’t drive her, I’ll work on her.
Ladies and Gentlemen, with thanks to so many, but especially to our very own "Q", Harvsterand Dave T, may I present to you the
Book of UNGO
'97 2.8 Boston Green Metallic w/Beige, Black Roof, V1,
Chrome Magnetic Stone Guards, Door Guards, LeatherZ A pillars, Limited "dot" Beige center and door armrests,
Legend 5 Stainless Steel door sills, Roll Hoops, Wind Deflector, Floor Mats, Parcel Net, Sheepskin Seatcovers, Pro Clip Phone Holder,
JC Whitney Trunk Liner,Dinan Front Strut Tower Brace, Cold Air Intake,Stage II Chip,
Supersprint Dual Round Exhaust,UNGO MS8300 Harvster the "Q" Special and power top