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Old 01-11-2004, 11:07 PM   #1
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Has anyone ever done a gauge pod on a 92-99? Most likely it would have to be a universal mount unit. I would like to do a tranny temp for sure, then a lean/rich gauge or voltage. If tapping in for the temp gauge where would be the most accurate place? Tapping the pan and putting the sensor, or in the line on the way to the cooler? Also, the lean/rich sensor, that piggie tails off the O2 sensor, right? Just getting my ducks in a row for my next project.

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I think Will did the A-Piller Pod, check with him. I'm kinda lookin' at it too, maybe a Volt meter and a Trans Temp...
Seems to me there is something in the Techinfo section too.

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I don't know if it'* Deathrat or Speedyguy, but one of our vendors sells the gauge pillar pods. Pretty good price, too.
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I don't know if it'* Deathrat or Speedyguy, but one of our vendors sells the gauge pillar pods. Pretty good price, too.
Um, last I heard, the Bonneville pillar pod was coming Real Soon Now, but I'm not aware that anyone is actually selling one yet. Those that I've seen are all universal-fit, add-on types for which you drill holes in the existing pillar molding, and shape to fit with a heat gun or hair dryer. (They weren't badly done, but they're not the one-piece pillar molding design that simplifies installation.)

If somebody is actually now selling a one-piece gauge pillar molding for the Bonneville, please tell me.
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Mine is a universal that was heated, shaped and trimmed. It required no drilling of the stock pillar (except one screw hole hidden beneath the pillar trim, not visible).

I'm not aware of any being sold, either. Jeffrey10x2 and I are both running this one. I think Allmachtige is in the process?
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None of those have been produced yet. I'd suggest the universal pod (very inexpensive) until Ty'* become available. Ty has been working a long time on those. They will come, but he'* dependent on the whims of his suppliers at this point.
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