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1974 Toyota Celica

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Nov 8, 7:27pm - #59016 
A pillar pods

Is thelostrican pillar better than the autometer one...i see autometer ones around for like 25 and thelostrican one is 65.

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skdmorse
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2002 Chevrolet Corvette Z06

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Nov 8, 11:10pm - #59017 
Autometer pods mount directly to your factory a pillar cover.

The other one replaces the whole a pillar cover...

Just depends on what you want... I have the autometer and it looks ok...

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isaac
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2001 Absolutely Red Toyota Celica GT
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2001 Toyota Celica GT

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Nov 9, 12:21am - #59018 
Autometer...

Finished in a paintable ABS black plastic, this pod will hold two Autometer 2 1/16" diameter gauges

This dual gauge pod puts your gauges at eye level right where you can see them.

Pod mounts on your A-pillar, and accepts 2 1/16 in. gauges. fitment is perfect everytime thumbsup

Color: Black
Material: ABS Plastic
Diameter: 2 1/16 in.

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https://www.celicahobby.com/gal3/inst_gaugepillaratm

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https://www.celicahobby.com/catalog/product_info.php?products_id=178


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2000 Toyota Celica GT

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Nov 9, 5:15am - #59019 
I mailed thelostrican.com about 15 times and he never replies, he sucks bigtime

I found www.gaugepods.com it has 2 and 3 pod a-pillars for the celica for 45-55 usd, shipping is cheap too


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Stephen
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2003 Silver Toyota Celica GT
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Nov 9, 4:44pm - #59020 
I got my A-pillar replacement from The Lost Rican and had no problems... thumbsup thumbsup

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MrSilly
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2002 Toyota Celica GTS

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Florida
Nov 10, 12:35pm - #59021 
I got mine from eBay for $47 shipped. It's the gray fullpillar replacement with 3 pods. looks pimp, but i haven't installed it yet. actually, if anyone wants to PM me about what gauges i should put in, please do. smile

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2000 Toyota Celica GT

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Nov 10, 2:02pm - #59022 
Put in
Air/Fuel gauge
Volt gauge
Vacuum/boost gauge and connnect it to the small pipe on the engine which gets capped of when you put in a CAI. I think that should show the vacuum that's been built up.
That way you're prepared for a turbo smile

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