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Old 09-20-2004, 05:01 PM   #1
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I want a single gauge pod for my GTP so I can mount a boost gauge on the A-pillar. I know there are products that hold 2 or 3 gauges, but $$ is a concern right now. Are there any places out there that sell these single pods, or does anyone have good ideas on how to make a custom one?
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they sell single universal ones at autozone
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they sell single universal ones at autozone
I think thats your best bet for now Sol, I have'nt seen any singles for gtp'*?
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they sell single universal ones at autozone
I think thats your best bet for now Sol, I have'nt seen any singles for gtp'*?
I guess I'll have to resort to a universal pod. The dual pod from PFYC looks sweet, but I really don't need to monitor anything else. A tranny temp gauge would be nice, but it isn't really necessary.

I dunno, I'm gonna have to think about this. Maybe I'll end up with 2 gauges.
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You don't need a boost gauge either. Maybe you should just wait till money isn't an issue?
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I will need a boost gauge because I'm getting the 3.4 pulley next spring. I want to get the gauge installed beforehand.

The GTP'* don't have a mechanical one. It'* just bars that don't really tell you what boost you are making.
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There are lots of options for gauges (as you know). A trans temp gauge is good, also a air/fuel gauge will come in handy when your modding the gtp? Does the gtp have a voltmeter?
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No it does not.

I'd be more interested in a trans temp gauge over the AF and voltmeter. Maybe a oil pressure gauge too.


Didn't somebody here make some custom pods recently?
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who was the one that made custom pods on here?
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