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    Pillar Gauge Pod?

    Does anybody have any pics of a pillar guage pod installed? And how hard is the install on a air/fuel and oil/temp gauge?

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    I've got the triple. The A/F is very easy. Wiring connections only. Just be careful removing the computer. Oil Temperature isn't that much harder. Remove the cover on the side of the block. Drill and tap to match your sensor. Reinstall and wire to the gauge. I also added a sensor to the tranny oil pan. I also added a bat handle switch by each pod and made all the gauges dual purpose. The A/F will do each bank depending on which way the switch is thrown. The Oil temp gauge does both crankcase and transmission. The Head temperature gauge does each bank as well. I'd post a picture but everyone here has seen it before anyway. I just wish they made a pod for the passenger side as I'd like to add a few more and I don't want to use the vents. You can do it!

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    Quote Originally Posted by AtLarge
    I've got the triple. The A/F is very easy. Wiring connections only. Just be careful removing the computer. Oil Temperature isn't that much harder. Remove the cover on the side of the block. Drill and tap to match your sensor. Reinstall and wire to the gauge. I also added a sensor to the tranny oil pan. I also added a bat handle switch by each pod and made all the gauges dual purpose. The A/F will do each bank depending on which way the switch is thrown. The Oil temp gauge does both crankcase and transmission. The Head temperature gauge does each bank as well. I'd post a picture but everyone here has seen it before anyway. I just wish they made a pod for the passenger side as I'd like to add a few more and I don't want to use the vents. You can do it!
    hey man do you ahve any pics of that triple with the switches... im in the process of gettin together the money for a supercharger and nitrous system and im gunna hook up some pillar gauges

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