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Whats the best pillar guage pod

This is a discussion on Whats the best pillar guage pod within the General Help forums, part of the LSx Technical Help Section category; I want to get a gauge pod setup for my piller, Im guessing three guages in charcoal. Whats the best ...

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    Whats the best pillar guage pod

    I want to get a gauge pod setup for my piller, Im guessing three guages in charcoal. Whats the best brand and where is best to buy them from?
    Its to fit my 98 trans am.

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    Autometer makes some of the best looking and high quality gauges, in my oppenion, I got the white faced gauges Ill post up pics later today when I get my car back from the shop.....Also I got mine off of ebay brand new, they were $200 at a local speed shop and $150 off of ebay for the same thing.

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    What about the pod for the piller?

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    Quote Originally Posted by speedracer25f View Post
    What about the pod for the piller?
    I got mine at a local speed shop, just ask around, maybe do a Google search but I bet there is a shop somewhere arond town that can get it for you. Like I said I will post pics of mine today, I didnt get a chance yesterday....

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    Also what kind of gauges are you thinking of getting....A/F, Fule Pressure ? Boost shit idk lol or are you just kind of wanting the look ?

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    The Autometer ATM-12213 will fit a 1998 Pontiac Firebird with T-tops. It will be a black triple gauge pod that can be painted to match.
    http://store.summitracing.com/partde...=64&N=700+150+

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    Here are my gauges




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    That looks cool. Ive always wondered do you thing its possible to put the pillar in a vert even though it says not too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rsg98Z28 View Post
    That looks cool. Ive always wondered do you thing its possible to put the pillar in a vert even though it says not too.
    I wouldnt say the full pillar but I bet you can get a pod for one gauge and could make it work I bet...Then if you want more then one gauge the air vents are perfect...

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