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Old 06-08-2003, 04:38 PM   #1
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i just got my autometer air/fuel ratio and boost gauges installed this weekend along with the pillar pod too. thought i would post them, maybe others want to do this too.

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looks pretty slick. i don't really have anything to throw up on the pillar there.
it would be pretty sweet if i had a series 2 sc swap, then i could have a boost gauge
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Looks nice. Where did you get the pod from then?
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i got the pod at auto zone for 30 bux, it is made by FAZE. it was a universal fit and i had to use a heat gun to heat and mold it to my pillar trim, then painted it with interior paint to match the trim as close as i could. it holds the 2 1/16" gauges nicely
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What gauges you got in there???
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man that stuff really seems to be workin i'll probably fall victim to the hype too
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They better be autometer!
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Jeffrey, two questions:

1. What brand and part number of paint matches our interior?

2. You should hardwire that radar. Cleans up the install nicely. Put a switch down on the console for the power.

I like the pillar install. I was looking at those recently, now I think I'll go for it. I'm thinking trans temp and a boost gauge that will actually read 'on the scale' Either that or a trans temp and voltmeter, since the "i'*" don't get one.
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yes, they are definitly autometer, i have an air/fuel ratio meter and a boost gauge.

Will, thats not radar, lol that is my G TECH pro competion. i use it also as my shift light. it plugs into the cig light. and we dont have one one the roof yet . also, the paint doesnt match exact. i just got something as close as i could, they want 85 bux at work to paint it to match exact. because they can only mix a pint min. at a time.

where ya from in Pa.?
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Groovy!
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