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Why did you put an Accessport Mount in your RS?

You have a few options to mount a Cobb Accessport after you purchase it. Some folks buy the suction cup mount and install the Accessport on the driver side above the typical location for an inspection sticker. Sometimes those suction cups fail due to elevated temperature. Another type of Accessport mount uses double-sided tape. I'm not a fan because the hot summer sun makes the glue tacky and the Accessport mount falls off. I chose the 20" aluminum gooseneck mount that uses the front lower left passenger seat bolt to capture it. Remove the bolt, place the gooseneck mount over the seat bracket hole, and reinstall the factory seat bracket bolt. Route the Accessport cable so it won't get caught in the seat rail if someone were to move the seat forward/backward. Leave room for grabbing 6th gear!

Date Completed:

06/16/17

Materials:

- Arkon GN088-SBH 20" Flexible Aluminum Gooseneck (Seat Bolt or Floor Mount)
- Cobb Accessport mounting plate (comes with Accessport)

Tools:

- 1/4" drive ratchet, extension, 15mm socket
- Sweet Tea for replenishing fluids
- Pandora for tunes
*A friend for moral support is always optional.

Notes:

1. Install takes about 10 mins or less. I took my time because of taking pictures for this website.
2. I ran the Accessport cable behind the steering wheel, inside the center console behind the HVAC controls, and out the passenger side panel.
3. Make sure to leave room for grabbing 6th gear. Sit in the passenger seat and adjust so a passenger won't hit the floor mount.
4. Easily reversible back to stock.