Steering Column Gauge Pods? Any Recommendations?
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    Steering Column Gauge Pods? Any Recommendations?

    I'm looking at getting a dual gauge pod for the steering column of my sti. I really like the look of the perrin billet unit, but it looks to me like i'm going to have to get very creative when it comes to hiding wiring.

    Does anyone have any comments or recommendations when it comes to this sort of product? As long as it fits and i don't have to do too much drilling, I'm open to anything
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    bump
    If you ever go back in time, dont touch anything.

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    you know the Defi gauges will match your STi gauges very well. i believe their parent company helped to design the STi gauges. correct me if i'm wrong. i personally would go with those.
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    Ebay $12.00

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    wow. for 12.00 that's not bad at all
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    thats what im talking about.
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    Not bad for $12.. but with shipping,it's gonna be closer to $20/$30 depending on dealer. I got one and it's OK looking, but a bit rough around the edges. There's also a huge gap where the gauge cups meet the transparent plastic cover of your stock gauges. Don't expect OEM levels of quality.

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    i went with a single corner dash pod from vividracing.com.
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    check this thread

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