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This is a discussion on Performance Gauge Pack within the Interior Mods forums, part of the Tech & Modifying & General Repairs category; does the gauge pods that is an option on the car eliminate the clock?...

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    Performance Gauge Pack

    does the gauge pods that is an option on the car eliminate the clock?

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    yes, but I like how it looks and for me the clock wasn't important thougth I should have told the dealer that I wanted the clock back. Considering I did pay for it. If you have the guage pack installed by the dealer make suer to get the clock back.

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    I'd recommend against the whole thing. You can do it better aftermarket. The guages are real crap and look it. I didn't get it 'cause of the cost, and my buddy did at HALF PRICE and still feels ripped off!
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    I dont' know about the gauges being crap, I like the way they look. There not too big and obtrusive like some other aftermarket gauges. I have to agree that they are too much money, but I had it added into the package with the car and financed it. To each there own, I'am happy with it.
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    i'd rather have big gauges then small..the bigger they are the easier they are to read at a glance

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    they dont look that bad...
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    I'd recommend you don't bother with the factory rubbish. Really.

    You're much better off with a quality setup a' la:


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    Originally posted by pace
    I'd recommend you don't bother with the factory rubbish. Really.

    You're much better off with a quality setup a' la:

    Nice guages. How much for them? Also that is a nasty windshield crack, how'd that happen?

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    The biggest issue with the stock guages is that they are not the ones you really need. You should have Boost, EGT, and Fuel Pressure. And the stock guages are not accurate.

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