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This is a discussion on Gauge Cup within the Interior Mods forums, part of the Tech & Modifying & General Repairs category; Sorry guys I feel like such a newb, but I have 1 autometer boost gauge and I want to mount ...

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    Gauge Cup

    Sorry guys I feel like such a newb, but I have 1 autometer boost gauge and I want to mount it in front of me like the pic down below. Do I just need to buy one cup and drill/double tape it down? I have an 05 by the way and a stock boost gauge didn't come
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    I have that exact one and all you do is take off the plastic steering shroud and drill two holes depending on where you want it mounted. Pretty simple.

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    So One of these would be good?

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    Yep, just make sure you get the right size.

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    The cups work great, I used to have them back when I used AutoMeter sport comps. I have Greddy 60mm's now and they're mounted in Greddy gauge bands which are another great option if you want a less 'bulky' look. w/the 52mm's the pods look better though I think. Enjoy!
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