52MM or 45MM Omori's?
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    52MM or 45MM Omori's?

    I'm going to be ordering Omori WRX looking gauges soon. However, I can't decide whether to go with 52MM or 45MM gauges. I have a few pics of the 45MM setup but can't find any of the 52MM setup. If anyone has the 52MM in the OEM gauge pod, pics would be greatly appreciated!!
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    IMO- 52mm you should get as 45mm are VERY small- id even say stick with 60mm
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    At 14???
    shoot , I'd hit it at current age, on roof of the car, with cousin driving , neighbor and town priest in the back seat, and that kid from "N.Korea" riding shotgun.

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    Well, I'm going for a very clean look. I'd love to go with 60MM but I don't really care for any of the gauge pods for them. Not that they look bad, they just don't look factory. One thing about the 45MM is that they are a clean look but your right about them being small. I just can't find any pics witht the 52MM in the OEM gauge pod. Still searching!
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    I have been looking at Omori also.
    Try the J-Spectuning website.
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    Yeah, their site has a pic of the 45MM setup. Gonna call them Monday and ask how good the 52MM fit in the OEM pod. I've been searching all over and can't find a pic of the 52's. But, I would like to have the largest gauges possible.
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    i've had the stock gauge pod for a while...the gauges are 45mm and a lil on the small side and the light on the turbo gauge doesnt work too well at night. i've been thinking about changing gauges and the pod for a while now. Boxer4racing.com has a new autometer pod for about 50 bucks http://home.att.net/~teaguesauto/gau...m#Gauge%20Pods that even points towards teh driver and holds 3 2 1/16" gauges that isnt as gaudy or obvious as some of the huge 60mm pods i've seen

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    I like my 52MM Omori's in the autometer instrument bezel. Looks clean and they are right there where I need them and I still have a clock and no 'Mr. Obvious' hump on my dash.

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