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Old 04-25-2006, 01:20 AM   #1
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Any interest in a 00+ triple gauge pod or double gauge pod
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i woulda been couple months ago.. but the only reason i could think of now would be to have like 4 aeroforces
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I am interested in a 2 gauge pod.
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with the aeroforce being so damn cool, and look so damn sweet in the dash vent, it might be a much harder sell for the 00+ crowd
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Has anyone installed a gauge in their air vent? If so I would like to find out how it affects the AC in the car or if it does affect it at all.

I do like the Aeroforce gauge and may go for a 3 gauge pod to house one of these gauges.
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Tom...

I think PDad and Haro have had theirs the longest.

http://www.bonnevilleclub.com/forum/...25&highlight=A
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I think PDad and Haro have had theirs the longest.

http://www.bonnevilleclub.com/forum/...25&highlight=A
I was out at the Aeroforce website and the gauge is really nice but sort of overkill for my SLE. However I do want a Trans Temp and an Oil Temp gauge installed. At NEBF one of the members installed a pillar pod in his car. It looked sweet!
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I would be interested in a 2 or 3 gauge pod.
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i dont see how an aeroforce is overkill, it has all the parameters you want, plus more, and you can scan and clear codes... considering the price of $219 or whatever, i think it would almost be cheaper than buying the pod and the other gauges seperate... sorry to rain on your parade chris

i have noticed no difference in air movement out of the left vents.. after making sure the bottom vent was closed so the hot/cold air doesnt ever get behind the gauge, the air flows nicely out the top
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