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Old 11-04-2007, 10:30 AM
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Question Guage Ideas?

Well I am gonna get a tranny and pyro gfor the pillar because everyone says the factory one is not correct. I want the quad pillar but I dont know what other gauges would be good to put there. I was thinking volts since my truck does not have one in the cluster. any other ideas would be very helpful. Thank everyone
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well when I purchase myself some I am gonna get the pyro, boost, and a fuel pressure.... just wanna keep a eye on fuel pressure for the heck of it...
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Old 11-04-2007, 10:35 AM
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I was thinking fuel pressure also. Does anyone know if the boost gauge in the cluster is any good on these 2006 trucks?
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not sure how accurate the boost gauge is on the stocker... but i would get fuel pressure as well.... let me know if i can help you out with anything...
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how high does it go too?
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40 psi. Ok so here is what I am thinking. I have 3 options.

Option 1 on the pillar. Pyro Tranny, fuel press, and volts.

Option 2 on pillar. Pyro, tranny, boost ,and volts.

Option 3 on pillar. Pyro, Tranny, boost, fuel press.

Let me know which one you guys would do
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i like option 3.... but thats just me
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Old 11-04-2007, 11:28 AM
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Raul, i sent u a PM about these gauges. If you could get me a price for the tranny and fuel press that wud be great.
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JUSRY HAS RETURNED WITH A VERDICT................

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40 psi. Ok so here is what I am thinking. I have 3 options.

Option 1 on the pillar. Pyro Tranny, fuel press, and volts.

Option 2 on pillar. Pyro, tranny, boost ,and volts.

Option 3 on pillar. Pyro, Tranny, boost, fuel press.

Let me know which one you guys would do


I like Option 3.....................it's a beautiful thing!
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Well I am gonna get a tranny and pyro gfor the pillar because everyone says the factory one is not correct. I want the quad pillar but I dont know what other gauges would be good to put there. I was thinking volts since my truck does not have one in the cluster. any other ideas would be very helpful. Thank everyone
BINGO, the voltmeter is gonna be my 4th as well, i also want the Quad pod for my gauges.


well, just seen all the thread now, go with option 2 you got two batts to worry about now!
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