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This is a discussion on Autometer gauges within the Interior Mods forums, part of the Tech & Modifying & General Repairs category; Hi, i know i'm require to have a boost gauge atleast, i currently have a tri-pillar pod.. i need two ...

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    Autometer gauges

    Hi, i know i'm require to have a boost gauge atleast, i currently have a tri-pillar pod.. i need two other import gauges.. um.. i don't really know how to read them... is autometer good enough? was thinkin about the autometer carbon fiber series. thanks for any help
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    i have the setup u got - autometer gauges w/ the a pillar pod

    i also have EGT and oil temp, and should be wiring those 2 this week (hopefully)

    my boost gauge works wonderfully - no probleems and no hesitation or lag so far
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    cf series

    i have the autometer carbon fiber series boost gauge and i'm real happy with how it integrates into the interior color scheme. i have mine mounted on the steering column in the autometer mounting cup. i love the cf look, more than i thought i would. i can take some pics of it if you'd like.

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    here's a cf gauge pic i just took. not the best focus, but you get the idea...
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    and another from further back...
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    Re: Autometer gauges

    Originally posted by gqzboy
    ...i currently have a tri-pillar pod.. i need two other import gauges..
    whats an import gauge?
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    I'm guessing he meant "important".

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    gifty74, your picture helped a lot. Last weekend, I installed mine:
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    nice!

    nice pics guys.

    That CF gauge looks good. I have the CF Interior...i bet those would have looked nice in my car.

    Anyways, I also have the 3-pod A Pillar. My gauges were stolen last year and just yesterday I was able to install my new boost gauge (AM SportComp again). All is well so far.

    My dilema is the same...what should I get for my other two gauges (that aren't too hard to install ). And how to wire them to the lights so that I can see them at night...

    well, off to search I go..

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