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This is a discussion on Gauges with the instrument cluster within the Interior Mods forums, part of the Tech & Modifying & General Repairs category; I recall there being a gauge pod that sat on top of the instrument cluster that held 2 gauges. One ...

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    Gauges with the instrument cluster

    I recall there being a gauge pod that sat on top of the instrument cluster that held 2 gauges. One would sit bottom left and the other bottom right.

    Anyone know of this?
    -Brian

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    Thanks!

    Looks like 52mm though. I was hoping to fit the 60mm Defi BFs in there.
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    i have one im not using ill bring on saturday if you want to check it out.
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    Does it fit 52 or 60mm?

    Bring it either way. I'd like to check it out.
    -Brian

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    i have that one, though i dont know if theres a 60mm one brian. but i enjoy it.
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    its a 52 but i dont see any reason why you couldnt dremel off the extra little bit. ill bring it though. if you want it cool, if not, cool.
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    i agree, i don't think there is a 60 mm setup, but it looks like you could trim the holes a little bit to fit the bigger gauge.

    btw what gauges are you running? (both brand and type).

    edit - oops. looks like gusto beat me to it
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    Thanks guys.

    Gusto bring it and I will check it. I think I may get suckered into purchasing the new red faced Defi BF gauges to match the STi gauges.
    -Brian

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    bring it - if brian doesn't want it - I may take it (if it's v2 which does not crop the top of your speedo). someday I'm going to need to keep an eye on my EGTS...
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