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Live42day
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Live42day Jul 20, 5:19am - #227612 

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Gauge opinions?

Ok, So I got my S7 gauges and now I want to do a dual gauge pod to match the gauges. My question is what gauge to do... I know for sure I want the voltmeter gauge, but I'm stuck trying to figure out what other one to do. What would be the most useful gauge to use. Don't have Turbo so that is out. Even though my car is more on the show side right now I still want to put in one that is somewhat useful.

Opinions please! thumbsup

Originally posted by RICOGT:
i wanted to get the vac gauge because it constantly moves. more of a race feel i think
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Speed4TheNeed
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Speed4TheNeed Jul 20, 11:38am - #227613 

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2000 Toyota Celica

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how about an oil pressure gauge? the celica doesn't come with one

you really don't need an air/fuel unless you have a Turbo but many ppl get them anyway

i personally think it's silly, but i've also seen them put an extra tach in the gauge pods. it could be usefull if you race your car a lot, though.
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ragingpaseo Jul 20, 2:19pm - #227614 
2003 blue Toyota Celica
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oil pressure...
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Live42day Jul 21, 2:51am - #227615 

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How hard is the oil pressure to install?

Originally posted by RICOGT:
i wanted to get the vac gauge because it constantly moves. more of a race feel i think
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