Originally Posted by LOTTS73
I would think $300 at the most. I already have the gauges. The most time in all 3 is the Pyro. The rest are almost plug and play.
You have to route all the wiring through the dash/firewall, find an ignition based power source for the back light portion of the gauges, tap into whatever lines you need whether its boost/fuel/oil pressure, install sensors in the exhaust for the Pyro/a boost sensor and lines if you're not running a mechanical boost gauge, pressure sending units in the rails for fuel/oil pressure, mount the pillar, etc. It's not hard it's just time consuming. Most shops locally charge $200-$250/gauge. I installed them on my truck and car the first time and on the most recent car paid for them to do it because it takes a long time to do it right.
I doubt very seriously you'll find a legit shop to do it for $300, you might find a forum member that would though.