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post #16 of 33 Old 08-03-2011, 10:26 PM
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Do you have a Gmail account? If not make one and then just double click on the link, sign in, and download, save where you want to, it's about 1MB, havent even opened it up yet. I'm gonna try to get my girl friend to design something since she is really into photography and that sorta stuff.
you can share out google docs to any email address, just do it manually


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post #17 of 33 Old 08-03-2011, 11:38 PM
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yeah they should work fine. made them both open to anyone on the net

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post #18 of 33 Old 08-04-2011, 06:52 AM
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I had to log in to get it, oh well. If you still cant get it, I'll attatch it to an email and send it to you.

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I got them, thx a ton! I'm gonna have some fun with that :P
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post #20 of 33 Old 08-04-2011, 11:03 AM
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Still unable. Spuznick, you have a pm! Thanks in advance!
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post #21 of 33 Old 08-04-2011, 12:35 PM
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No problem, I love to help out anytime I can! I still havent got a chance to mess around with a design or anything yet, I'm still trying to get a good program for modifying it. What program is everyone using for it? Just photoshop or something special?

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I used photoshop to make a few with these a long time ago when I was super in to the anime thing. Mostly hot anime babes and such, never did get around to actually putting them in though. Will use photoshop again to make a new batch since I am rethemeing the YJ anyway

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Yea I'm using photoshop CS5 to edit them. Thinking I'm probably gonna use photo paper to print them up so they have a nice gloss look. Layers are a little difficult to work with but totally do-able! Thx again Green, gonna have some fun with these!
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My pleasure. Think I got them from a post on Jeeps Unlimited way back when but I really don't remember. Photo paper should work, but I would test it first by shining a small light thru it to make you will be able to see it at night. I actually did do this on my Hayabusa and I just used standard white printing paper.







As I recall, the guy I got the buss gauge template from suggested not using the photo paper because it was too thick for the stock lights to shine thru very well. And the Busas gauge lights are way harder to switch over to LED lights.

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I'll bet that 4.0 sounds "wicked nasty" at 13 grand Those ProComps probably howl a "little" at 200+ too
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I'll bet that 4.0 sounds "wicked nasty" at 13 grand Those ProComps probably howl a "little" at 200+ too
Lol. If I took my YJ to either of those it would probably wobble and shake so bad the wheels would fall off. That's for my Sport Bike. 2000 Suzuki Hayabusa 1300

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How can I change the background color from blue to another color? I have photoshop but can't figure out how to change the layer colors of the entire background of each gauge.
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Think you have to switch over to image ready thru photoshop then you can use the paint brush and bucket to change any colors you want

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So you have to paint each gauge with the brush?
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So you have to paint each gauge with the brush?
Just leave them white and use colored lights.

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