Who has a WRX Wagon with the Autometer Dual/Triple Gauge Pod?
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    Who has a WRX Wagon with the Autometer Dual/Triple Gauge Pod?

    I just bought an Autometer full pillar dual gauge pod for my WRX wagon and I've read that it doesn't fit perfectly compared to the sedan. If you have a wagon as well as this gauge pod, can you post some pics of the gap that's remaining? I'd truly appreciate it. What are your thoughts of the pod? Thanks
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    I'll fish out the pics tonight, but I have the pod and trimmed it to fit and it is fine. I am keen to change to elec gauges though. The autometer mech boost gauge is a bit iffy in my opinion... this will also make the install HEAPS easier....the running of the vacuum/boost line sucks!!

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    Does anybody know if 60mm gauges will fit OK into this pod?

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