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Pillar Pod Gauges

Post by Stefan » 10 Sep 2015 10:53

As a follow-on from this DIY thread, I'm considering making a couple of Pillar POD guages same as the pictures below.

Please indicate whether you would be interested, and if so, how many pods would you want? Also, what type of gauge you'd like to fit (these are 52mm, but there are also 60mm gauges available e.g. Madman)
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Re: Pillar Pod Gauges

Post by Russ Kellermann » 10 Sep 2015 22:19

I really want one,.... but with the TD42 N/A motor there's not much i can really be monitoring. haha. i just put diesel in and drive. ... slowly.
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Re: Pillar Pod Gauges

Post by offroadbiker » 11 Sep 2015 10:39

Would those fit a GQ?

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Re: Pillar Pod Gauges

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Re: Pillar Pod Gauges

Post by SJC » 11 Sep 2015 14:04

I'm interested. I have gotten hold of a madman ems2, still looking for a turbo boost gauge - not sure what size this would be.
2 pods.

Hope this would fit in my GU pickup? It also seems to be a bit darker in color than my interior.
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Re: Pillar Pod Gauges

Post by Stefan » 11 Sep 2015 14:08

I could make one for a GQ, but I would need the pillar, and also a good idea of the slant/rake/angle of the pillar (to determine which way the pods should face)

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Re: Pillar Pod Gauges

Post by AdrianPowrie » 14 Sep 2015 09:50

Hi Stefan

I would be keen on one for my 2003 4.8.

To fit a Madman...


Let me know?
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Re: Pillar Pod Gauges

Post by Stefan » 14 Sep 2015 21:19

ok Adrian, :thumbup:

I'll get down to do some costing after the dunes trip.

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Re: Pillar Pod Gauges

Post by Schalk » 22 Sep 2015 09:09

Hi stefan ek stel ook belang in n pillar pod maar dis vir my hardbody :woo:
iets soos die
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Re: Pillar Pod Gauges

Post by SJC » 22 Nov 2015 07:20

Produksie al begin?

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