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    Smile Turbo gauges for my Car

    Hi Peops

    I got a Din Slot to put three gauges in...Which ones shall i put in, any thoughts...oil pressure, oil temp, boost?

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    Quote Originally Posted by trez View Post
    Hi Peops

    I got a Din Slot to put three gauges in...Which ones shall i put in, any thoughts...oil pressure, oil temp, boost?

    Thats what I got....



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    Probably the cheapest and easiest ones to fit etc, all important too.

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    yeh...thats what i been told to get, cuz they all very important as well lol..

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    Make sure you get decents ones, cheapers one tend to show inaccurate info specially on the boost guage!


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    yeh true...im sure going to have fun fitting these lol

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    If I was you mate. i would use a pillar mounted pod. As if you are driving your car hard and need to look at your guages. The last thing you want to do is take your eyes off the road even for a split second.

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    This is where i have mine and i can still see them while looking at the road ahead

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    same.. no diff to looking at the sterio.. even with pillar ones (personally think theylook tacky) ur still taking eyes away from road

    as for origonal ?

    i have oil temp boost and oil pressure
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    Quote Originally Posted by hott4u View Post
    This is where i have mine and i can still see them while looking at the road ahead

    Thats where I had planned to fit mine but the standard head unit was too long to fit in the bottom din slot lol
    Arden Astra GSI - Phase 3.5

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    Inlet cam and Dbilas manifold.

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