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Pillar and Gauges

Ive been thinking about getting some gauges and maybe a pillar for them,, anyone have any suggestions as to which ones/type i should get and why

when i bought my car the owner left 3 gauges 1.Fuel psi 2.Boost 3.Oil psi

so i already have 3 but i cant really use boost

im not sure how to do fuel but im sure i can figure out oil

which other ones are out there and which otheres should i get

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Re: Pillar and Gauges

If you have an upgraded stereo a volt meter is good to have. Oil pressure is the only one I"d worry about; that is unless you've built that engine and are making huge numbers with it.

You do realise that having aftermarket gauges everywhere will draw unwanted attention from society's analwart theives don't you?
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Re: Pillar and Gauges

Pretty true on that part but tinted windows always helps=D Id say oil pressure,volt,maybe some sort of temp gauge.The more you have the safer and easier is to track things but dont get carried away lmfao.Id say 2 would be limit on a pillar.Also you have a 4th gen im guessing you could find plenty of other spots that dont look so crappy or ricey if you try.
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Re: Pillar and Gauges

*cough* In the dash that looks like it was purposely built to have gauges put in it *cough*
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Re: Pillar and Gauges

yeah you could get an ass load of gauges in a 4th gen with out looking stupid due to the alien robocop crazy dash but i love it so that why 4th gens are deh best=D
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Re: Pillar and Gauges

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If you have an upgraded stereo a volt meter is good to have. Oil pressure is the only one I"d worry about; that is unless you've built that engine and are making huge numbers with it.

You do realise that having aftermarket gauges everywhere will draw unwanted attention from society's analwart theives don't you?
yea i know thats why im not sure if its a good idea...... well i have oil and fuel already so might as well go with those... does any one have a write up for them... i also have boost anyone know if i can do anything wt that one
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*cough* In the dash that looks like it was purposely built to have gauges put in it *cough*
yea they would look nice on the dash i wonder if it would be hard??
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Re: Pillar and Gauges

No not at all.You could either customise them to fit into the dash itself or you could buy the single pillars and pillar them across right in front ive seen both they both look perfectly fine.
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