What gauge to go w/ the 45mm Omori gauge for '04
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This is a discussion on What gauge to go w/ the 45mm Omori gauge for '04 within the Interior Mods forums, part of the Tech & Modifying & General Repairs category; It looks like j-spectuning is all out of their HKS pods for the omori gauges. Anyone have any other suggestions ...

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    What gauge to go w/ the 45mm Omori gauge for '04

    It looks like j-spectuning is all out of their HKS pods for the omori gauges. Anyone have any other suggestions for a pod to use for the 45mm omori guage? It's a mechanical boost gauge that will be mounted on the steering column.

    Thanks for the input in advance

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    Factory rubber pod. But they're impossible to get and cost like $140 from the dealer (since it comes with the complete kit)

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    I called the subaru dealer down here and the guy quoted me $250 because I had to buy everything

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    i'll be using the OE pod. i found one used on the PFS forum.

    i now have a spare gauge, but it only cost me $50 total, which is about what i wanted to spend.

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