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Looks nice, I like that you covered it and matched stitching. Did you do that yourself?

I’ve been considering building a custom center console with a 4” subwoofer waveform 3D printed box Integrated into the empty space. A guy on Thingiverse posted plans, it just won’t fit my printbed. Haven’t taken the time to chop it up, its on the long list of things I’ll get to eventually.
 

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First step: i was looking by google and ebay for "Toyota MR-S MR2 00-07 Interior Center Console" and i found this by ebay, first picture with testing for install.
The second step was remove the old center console, this is easy only lossen 4 screws and the rest
:), this is the second picture.
After this cames the first difficult step, manually adjust the console for the additional ads for oil temperatur, oil pressure and booster pressure, usb, led ligth in cups holder, the electrical for the subwoofer and the car multimediacenter. These are the photos 3 until 7.
The penultimate step was to have the new center console covered in leather by the saddler. And the end was install the center console.
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I've read somewhere that the center console in the Spyder is designed to be removed and left off if desired. I'm considering doing that for legroom.
 

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I've read somewhere that the center console in the Spyder is designed to be removed and left off if desired. I'm considering doing that for legroom.
I’m not so sure about that. It looks awful under there and as far as leg room goes, you’d gain basically nothing.

Also, if it were designed to be removed like an accessory, I think Toyota would put the screws in a more convenient location, instead, it’s blocked by the seat.
 
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