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Aftermarket gauges

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Aftermarket gauges

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Post by PeteGeoffrion » 09 Sep 2017, 00:00

This is mainly pointed towards Dave as in his H22 he has a few center stack (below radio) gauges mounted.

So, what gauges did you use and did you fabricate the pod yourself?
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Post by MustardCat » 09 Sep 2017, 19:10

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I'm using Autometer full sweep oil pressure and temperature gauges. The third one is a wideband gauge for my PLX wideband. The bottom part was originally made to hold an Apexi S-AFC. When I did my H22 swap I made an "adapter" so it now holds a HR Tuning TunerView II large, which interfaces with my chipped ECU. I actually need to redo this portion because it's kind of janky, it's actually the rear cover from my old S-AFC trimmed for the TunerView screen.


The part was made mid 2000's by a guy that went by "toofast prelude" on preludepower.com, I got lucky because not long after he made this for me he ran off with a bunch of peoples money. It is made mostly out of ~1/2" nylon.

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Post by PeteGeoffrion » 11 Sep 2017, 01:12

Thanks. I knew oil temp/pressure would be ideal but couldn't remember what you had for the third. Sucks about that pod though. Would have been nice to get in while it was hot.
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Post by 1funryd » 25 Sep 2017, 21:54

:P Yes, Daves consol is pretty....

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