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    RCC
    2014
    Mitsubishi
    Mirage ES
    Gray Metallic
    CVT

    It's my daily driver now, in one year I put 50,000 miles on it.

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    WeatherTech deflectors front and rear

    Tow hitch with Mandalorian cover

    Replaced Mitsubishi and Mirage emblems with a TARDIS chameleon Edition emblem

    Firefly license plate holder in the back Flexframe in the front

    Evangelion parking permit in the front window

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    Z-EDGE Z2 front and rear dash cam

    LED interior lights

    Sony 5-1/4 3-way Speakers

    Kenwood DMX7704S with backup cam

    Vega 10in low profile subwoofers

    Been floating the idea of setting up a cold air intake

    Led headlights

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    I plan on getting godspeed coilovers

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    15in Maxxim maze rims

    Bridgestone Ecopia 185/55R15

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    Hello RCC and welcome to the Garage.

    How do you like your Z-Edge camera?

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        click to view fuel log View my fuel log 2015 Mirage ES 1.2 manual: 50.1 mpg (US) ... 21.3 km/L ... 4.7 L/100 km ... 60.2 mpg (Imp)


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    Quote Originally Posted by Eggman View Post
    Hello RCC and welcome to the Garage.

    How do you like your Z-Edge camera?
    Thanks I thought I should finally get around to adding my car to the garage

    So far it's been really good, it had a lot of vibration at first. So I built up some double-sided tape between the glass and the back of the cam. so that it's making more contact with the mirror, it helped a lot.

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    That's a suction cup mount, right? I never thought it would let the camera shake around - I figured they were sturdy mounts. My dashcam straps to and replaces the rear view mirror. It shakes some during operation but I don't notice it when viewing the video.

    I also have a cell phone holder on a suction cup mount on my dashboard. I use it to monitor my OBD-II app along with various other smartphone stuff. I suppose if could be used as a dashcam, but it doesn't cycle files in memory like a dedicated dashcam.
    Last edited by Eggman; 02-25-2018 at 10:19 AM.

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    My dashcam is the same it straps to and replaces the mirror. And your right the shake doesn't show up on the video. I just wanted to reduce the shake during the drive.

    As for my car mount it's a posocket car mount super stable.Name:  20180225_142418.jpg
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