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Gauge Pods

Posted by eclipse420ags, Jan 28, 2012

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  1. eclipse420ags

    eclipse420ags Proven Member

    Joined Feb 20, 2010
    Martinez, Georgia
    Is the anyone using "OBX Gauge Meter Panel Pod 95-99 Eclipse GS RS GSX GST" off of egay. If so, is it a decent product or should I get one a little more pricey, like the autometer one. On a tight budget, but if its a POS I dont wanna get it. Thanks again.
  2. Cornfed4G64

    Cornfed4G64 Proven Member

    Joined Feb 10, 2011
    Lindwood, Minnesota
    Im not running one. I personally like all my gauges below the dash. More sleeperish you know. But Ive had a few diffrent ones off ebay all seemed to be the same quality and all required drilling
  3. Duece McCracken

    Duece McCracken Proven Member

    Joined Sep 3, 2011
    Feasterville, Pennsylvania
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  4. slayer450

    slayer450 Proven Member

    Joined Sep 1, 2011
    pontotoc, Mississippi
    That's the one I got, found it on Ebay for 10 bucks. My gauges fit fine but I got cheap sunpro gauges that came with the car for now. Better gauges might be deeper.

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  5. josh1095

    josh1095 Proven Member

    Joined Aug 27, 2009
    st. jacob, Illinois
    i just got the glowshift pillar pod. looks and fits nice. i did want a more sleeper look, but i gotta have the gauges where i can see em. didnt look at many other options tbh though.
  6. eclipse420ags

    eclipse420ags Proven Member

    Joined Feb 20, 2010
    Martinez, Georgia
    So I guess the obx gauge pod you would have to modify the instrument cluster to. What was involved McCracken?
  7. CanadianTalonTC

    CanadianTalonTC Proven Member

    Joined Jul 8, 2011
    Lethbridge, AB, Canada
    Depends how deep your gauges are. If they are excessively deep you may need to cut the dash a bit.

    For me I have an AEM Wideband and an AEM Tru Boost and they both fit fine, I only needed to cut 2 small holes to the inside of the gauges on the dash to allow wiring to pass through.



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