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    Can the GPS antenna be mounted on the dash of the vehicle at the base as far forward as possible? Should have a pretty unobstructed view of the sky. Has anyone tried this? How well did it work? Where are most people mounting their antenna?

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    I mounted it on the driver side A-piller, halfway up works great.

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    Inside the car on the A-pillar, or on the outside of the car?

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    Inside the A-piller.

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    Yeah, the instructions only state to mount it on the roof for purpose built race vehicles.
    https://documents.holley.com/199r11013.pdf (Holley EFI 554-140 GPS Digital Dash USB Module)
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    Quote Originally Posted by srcracing View Post
    Can the GPS antenna be mounted on the dash of the vehicle at the base as far forward as possible? Should have a pretty unobstructed view of the sky. Has anyone tried this? How well did it work? Where are most people mounting their antenna?
    Yes, it works just fine on the dash. I have two cars with the antennas mounted on the dash and they both work just fine.

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