Pioneer Deh-80prs Stereo Install + Authentic '95 Cobra R Radio Delete Panel

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  1. SRT Handz

    SRT Handz I tripped & fell down and cut myself & got blood

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    Pioneer DEH-80PRS Stereo Install + Authentic '95 Cobra R Radio Delete Panel

    I got tired of my Tape deck and need to step into 2012. I need a stereo that could hook up to my iPhone and could also play Pandora. I waited for like 6 Months for Pioneer to release the new DEH-80PRS deck. Its the Top of the Line Pioneer Deck for 2012. The best of the best. Has 2 USB hook ups on the back so i can charge 2 phone or run 2 devices if i wish.

    Since I wanted a CLEAN install, I decided to mount my APEX-i Digital Tach in the second din-spot. I search HARD for a AUTHENTIC 1995 Cobra R Radio Delete panel. This is a real one and i think i got the last one of earth. In the 1995 Cobra R the radio delete panel was in the top din spot. I wanted to see if it would mount in the bottom spot so i could mount my digital tach to it.

    The Cobra R Radio Delete Panel is plastic and made by Roush. It looks OEM even down to the texture. It snap into place using clips like OEM pieces do. I did have to grind it down to fit the lower din but it fits perfect.

    Here is a picture of a 1995 Cobra R with the radio Delete.

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    Here is My cobra R radio delete before I installed it. Amazing OEM quality and was well worth the money.

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    Here is a pic of the Stereo installed with the delete kit.

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    And the Final Version. I used 3M 20 pound rated Extreme Double Stick Tape to mount the APEX-i RSM to the delete panel. Holds SOLID.

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  2. BurningRubber

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    I dig it. Cool being able to find old OEM parts like that still.
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