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So after having my gauges ghetto installed for a couple months, I finally got around to wiring them correctly. I decided to wire them all to one switch so I could turn them off to avoid any extra attention from the fuzz when I dont need it. You can see the rocker switch in the center stack hiding inside one of the storage trays. Turned out pretty nicely I think. Here are some pics.
 

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I like the greenish color of the gauges. I am making a sheet metal pod for mine right now. 88 Daytona.
I used to have the red lights in there because I thought it would match the red car, but it looked stupid when the stock gauges are green. So I changed them all oer and like it much more.
 

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i took out the green condom things on my stock gauges. gives it a natural light. matches boost gauge perfectly.
 
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Nice thread Tyler:D
I was playing with gauges last night as well. Put an AutoMeter Wideband in a custom pod I made in my green Iroc. Heres a pic....
 

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Looking good Jackson, I like that idea. Looks like my gauge work in my R/T was a waste of time since I broke it tonight.... :(
 

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I shread the teeth on the I-shaft.
 

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Jackson, I need instructions on how to do your gauge mounting. It would look great with my zeitronix display screen in the middle.
 
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