Where to mount flashpro?

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Hey guys, recently got my flashpro in and wow what a difference. Anyways when I drive I like to have the flashpro plugged in so I can monitor everything and hell, the gauges look cool on the head unit.

But the annoying thing is the flashpro is so bulky compared to my old ktuner v1.2 and now I found the cord is just dangling in the obd port and I have the flashpro stuffed in the side pocket of my door. Has anyone come up with a good place to mount it or does a company make a mount? Id like to just leave it plugged in 24/7 and not a have to worry about unplugging it every time I open the door. Anyways any insight is helpful. Thanks.

 

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I routed mine from the obd, up and around the head unit (wire is tucked under vents behind upper portion of HU) and into the pocket under the
wireless phone charger. its barely noticeable

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I routed mine to the glovebox when installed my short shifter.
OK trying this out now. Great Idea just wish I had a little more wire for when datalogging. Keeps it clean though.
 

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I think you can’t beat this spot. Cable runs along the groove down towards the OB2 port and just above it there’s a slight gap that allows you to stuff the excess into.

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I think you can’t beat this spot. Cable runs along the groove down towards the OB2 port and just above it there’s a slight gap that allows you to stuff the excess into.

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How do you have it mounted like that? Tape?
 


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I like your idea Id just be afraid of someone breaking the window to take it ... even though they could not use it
It’s a possibility.
 

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Y’all crazy thats ugly as hell lol. Anytime I tuned a car with something I just put the tune on then put the device in the glovebox unplugged. Unless you’re pushing 500hp with really slim margins before kaboom you’re rarely if ever going to need the additional info.

 

 
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