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post #1 of 15 Old 02-11-2011, 01:18 PM Thread Starter
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thinking about 4 pod pillar

so i been thinking about going to a 4 pod gauge pillar and getting the autometer gs hpop gauge. Good thing to keep a eye on right. I already have 3pod with with gs gauges. What you guys think?

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i have one from last august i still havent put in.... looks awesome in the living area of the hotel room. maybe ill get around to installing it when i head to lubbock next weekend.
the only down side i heard about the 4 pod is that you will have to move your visor to get it to go all the way down. like swivel it or fold the tabe past the gauge pod.

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I'm installing mine this weekend. DiPricol Gauges in a quad pod and an overhead mount for my Insight.

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I'm installing mine this weekend. DiPricol Gauges in a quad pod and an overhead mount for my Insight.
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Personally, I think you would be better off with a fuel pressure gauge.

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i have that doug. My pillar is boost egt and fp and i have a temps temp in my dash bezel

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i have that doug. My pillar is boost egt and fp and i have a temps temp in my dash bezel
Ahh. I see. Couldn't tell what you had by looking at the sig. The factory trans. temp gauge sucks. They aren't accurate at all. The things I would want to monitor for sure other than what you have is EOT and ECT especially after forking over all the money you did to install studs.

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your telling me lol. I was thinking about a insight or cts. But not sure that kind of money right now. But maybe by the time i got a new pillar pod and a gauge it would be close to the price of a cts

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Probably wouldn't be far off, and you could monitor a lot of other things also.

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