A viewer recently asked me why I chose ideegeniali for my KITT dashboard electronics over other manufacturers like ZA or Jupiter Electronics. Here’s my one take on the subject.
In this update I share the latest progress on my KITT dashboard build. There’s still lots of trimming, sanding, cutting and even fiberglass work going on.
It’s happening, I’ve finally changed my mind and bought the KITT dashboard (2nd season “ultimate edition”) from KRW and the latest version electronics from ideegeniali. Time to unbox the package. Subscribe and stay tuned as I build this dashboard and install it in my KITT.
As the 2020 season is coming to an end for my KITT, I thought I’d make a little clip to recap the topics we’ve covered this year, the friends we’ve made and what you can expect for 2021.
In this third and final repair episode of the KITT Trans Am series I’m going through changing the rear inner impact bumper, painting a KNIGHT INDUSTRIES logo on the air filter lid, swapping out the old indicator stalk with a brand new unit, installing T-Top sunshades, as well as replacing the broken T-Top drips rails and the respective weatherstrips with new ones. There’s even a little extra, watch the video till the end and you’ll find out!
In this episode I’m going through the transmission oil & filter change, the differential oil change, as well as the replacement of the track arm and rear control arm bushings.
Every since I started publishing videos of my KITT replica Trans Am, people have been asking questions about the iconic, yet still missing KITT dashboard. Although I’ve decided not to install it in my car and keep the dashboard stock, I want to share with you why and what alternatives I see for a possible 21st century KITT dashboard. Might give some inspiration to the film makers, should they turn the many reboot rumors into reality.
In this episode I’m showing you how turned the factory grey interior of my KITT Trans Am into the now beautiful tan interior. Please note that this is one of several different options you can choose and that ultimately the method is up to each individual’s taste and budget.
In this episode I’m showing you why I didn’t go with screen accurate front lights and how I installed the DRL and fog lamps. Ever since I’ve posted videos showing the complete front end with the lighting setup, various people have been commenting and asking why I did it the way I did and not build a more screen accurate version. Wanna know why? Watch the video! 🙂