Just wanted to share with everyone what I ended up doing with my Fuel Pressure gauge location... I have the Insight CTS and have been monitoring everything I wanted to keep an eye on (EOT, ECT, FICM, EGT, and Boost) except Fuel Pressure. I really like the look of the analog gauges on the CTS, and I don't want to change my display - so I decided that I wanted a mechanical Fuel Pressure gauge and a Mechanical Boost gauge (for better accuracy).
I didn't like any of the options out there (as far as where to put the gauges in relation to the CTS mount I already had) because I didn't want to take my eyes far off the road to check my FP and Boost, so I decided to go a custom route. I went with a triple gauge pod from Autometer (originally had a triple gauge pod from GlowShift that I trimmed down, but that's another story) and "hollowed" out the bottom pod so that I could slide my CTS mount in the place of a bottom gauge. I think the final product came out great! Not only did I manage to keep my CTS where I originally had it, but I managed to get my FP Gauge and Boost Gauge up to where I could easily keep an eye on them and the road at the same time. ALSO! As a bonus, when viewed from outside the truck, it just looks like I have a triple gauge pod - you can no longer see the Insight CTS (unless looking very closely) which is good, because a lot of people thought my CTS was a GPS... and I worried about potential thieves wanting to break into the truck just to nab a GPS.
Also, I want to thank Michael (sargar
), a member of the GPDA for his help on installing everything. If it wasn't for his guidance, I would've been lost in installing the gauges and all of the other things we did to the truck this past weekend.