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    Those of us with gauges above the glovebox

    Gauge angles are a godsend. They're only a few bucks and come in a pack of three. Grab yourself a pack!









    No problems reading the gauges from the driver's side
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    What kind of mounting pod is that?

    Did you go with the mechanical or electrical oil gauge.

    They rock by the way.
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    Quote Originally Posted by nswst8
    Did you go with the mechanical or electrical oil gauge.

    They rock by the way.
    Fuel pressure and Oil pressure are mechanical. The voltmeter is electrical of course. I ran the lines for oil and fuel through the openings left from the A/C unit inside the car.
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    Quote Originally Posted by bobafett View Post
    glorious!

    imagine a beowulf cluster of tho... oh wait... its sabz. how is the beowulf cluster of myth boxen treating you?

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    They look good but it might have been better to leave the fuel pressure gauge under the hood because when you have to do adjustments to the fuel pressure you're going to have to consistently be in and out of the car to read the gauge....

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    Quote Originally Posted by joker2
    They look good but it might have been better to leave the fuel pressure gauge under the hood because when you have to do adjustments to the fuel pressure you're going to have to consistently be in and out of the car to read the gauge....


    There's my underhood one. The line coming off the isolator is to the one on my dash.

    Way ahead of ya on that one.
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    Quote Originally Posted by bobafett View Post
    glorious!

    imagine a beowulf cluster of tho... oh wait... its sabz. how is the beowulf cluster of myth boxen treating you?

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    OK, cool... You're all set then......

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    I thought of that but the gauge piller is great since you can see them all at a glance. Personally i dont care for the clutter of gauges but some are a must have especially since im turbo. But if you can see them then it serves its purpose but the 88-91 CRX pod fits great and they are clean and out of the way.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RobT5580
    I thought of that but the gauge piller is great since you can see them all at a glance. Personally i dont care for the clutter of gauges but some are a must have especially since im turbo. But if you can see them then it serves its purpose but the 88-91 CRX pod fits great and they are clean and out of the way.
    i have to agree with you on this one. Even tho i dont like gauges on the pillar either, but i rather have it than have the ones on the dash, even tho they dont clutter up the pillar, they are a pain to see.

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    i have all i need, the stock tach and speedo. :P
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