|06-11-2005, 10:24 PM||#1|
Join Date: Dec 2004
Location: Rhode IslandVehicle:
2005 STi/G37 - sold
04 Porsche 911 40th anniv
Omori boost gauge install options - anything steering wheel housing based?
I only plan on running one gauge, and I have purchased it. It's a 52mm Omori electronic boost gauge.
I'm not a fan of the a-piller single mount items like the autometer, but I would in fact like to have a mount like the stock Lamco boost gauge - is there anything on the market that would allow me to mount it behind the steering wheel?
I also bought the subygal pod that goes on the dashboard at the bottom left of the windshield/dashboard, but it looks like you need to use silicone to mount it, and people have told me it makes a mess of the dash if you ever have to remove/move it.
I also prefer to keep my clock pod, so I'm not really interested in the 3 gauge mount that replaces the clock.
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|06-11-2005, 10:28 PM||#2|
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Join Date: Oct 2001
05 GTO/11 Sonata(!)
Too late now, but if you'd gotten the 45mm Omori instead of the 52mm, you could have used the Subaru steering column pod. It's a tight fit but it does go in there.
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