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This is a discussion on 06 WRX Gauge pod Question within the Interior Mods forums, part of the Tech & Modifying & General Repairs category; where can a find a gauge pod like this one on steering column... http://www.cars101.com/subaru/imprez...5steering1.JPG have looked around all i could ...

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    06 WRX Gauge pod Question

    where can a find a gauge pod like this one on steering column... http://www.cars101.com/subaru/imprez...5steering1.JPG have looked around all i could find are the ones that go onthe guage bezel.

    any help with this will be appreciated

    Thanks
    Jeff

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    Isn't that just a gauge cup like autometer sells?

    http://www.autometer.com/cat_mounts.aspx?sid=49
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    Defi-Link Boost, EGT, Oil Temp - Gruppe-S CF dash pod
    TurboXS Turbo-back
    That's it so far!

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    could be i dont know thats why i asked but it could be... i got to looking at the steering wheel and i doubt they have one because if the light thing on the top on it..
    Quote Originally Posted by Dr_Evil
    Isn't that just a gauge cup like autometer sells?

    http://www.autometer.com/cat_mounts.aspx?sid=49

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    It wouldn't be totally out of the question to make one yourself. That's a lot of fiberglass work, but if you found another car that had a pod off to the side (fairly common) you could cut it off and smooth the part onto yours...I'd probably try to find another part at a junkyard rather than butcher your stock one...but you get the idea.
    Black 2006 WRX Sedan

    Snorkus-deleted with K&N drop-in
    Defi-Link Boost, EGT, Oil Temp - Gruppe-S CF dash pod
    TurboXS Turbo-back
    That's it so far!

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    I don't know what the rest of you guys are seeing, but that looks to me like the optional Subaru boost gauge. You should be able to get one at your local Subaru dealer.
    "I drove like my mother in the first stage" Gigi Galli, WRC driver, Mitsubishi.

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    I left my stock column with a friend who does fiberglass work he is goingto make me a column pod off to left side like the sti except it will be molded pod. will get picks as soonm as it is here
    Quote Originally Posted by Dr_Evil
    It wouldn't be totally out of the question to make one yourself. That's a lot of fiberglass work, but if you found another car that had a pod off to the side (fairly common) you could cut it off and smooth the part onto yours...I'd probably try to find another part at a junkyard rather than butcher your stock one...but you get the idea.

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