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i have EGT at the top, Fuel Pressure in the middle, Rail pressure on the bottom. And boost pressure on the steering wheel. Next week i will have oil pressure and temp above my mirror. From what i've learned on this site the factory gauge is not to reliable.
04.5 Silver 3500 Quad Cab, Long Bed, Dually, 4X4, NV 5600, Intake Horn, Bully Dog Triple Dog, High Idle, FASS 150/150And A MANIAC Behind The Wheel!
Think bottom would be easier to see then the middle, I have never sat in a truck with a triple pod.
I'm 6ft and still find the middle one a little less than convenient. The top pod is pretty much worthless...there's a lot of opportunity for parallelax, which is why I keep unimportant gages up there (for me, drive pressure).
fisherguy hit the nail on the head its all about what you want and like, now i would recommend putting the EGT where you can read it the easiest seeing how it is the most important gauge. you might want to take all of the gauges and slip them into the pod then go out and sit in your truck and hold the new pillar up and start adjusting the gauge order til you have it the way you like it
04 2500 (Hannah) 4x4 w/ 6 speed manual; South Bend Dual Disk, 2in leveling kit, silencer ring removed, gutted intake tube, Icebox w/Amsoil dry filter, smarty level 9, banks gauges, FBD 5" straight pipe into "garage custom" dual 5" turnouts, Airdog 150, Buckstop classic front and back, Warn 16.5ti winch; more parts at home waiting to be installed
1993 Land Rover Defender 110 (Gretta) 4.6L w/slushbox. Awaiting 4bt transplant
just ordered a triple pod, just confused on which gauges to buy. seems like everyone is torn between dipricol and isspro.....they both look good. anybody have any info on glow shift gauges? 7 different color lights???
if you have an auto you will need a tranny gauge def a egt gauge and a boost gauge i would also recomend a fuel pressure gauge her r pics of mine I have egt on top 0-35boost inthe middle for my bottom turbo 0-100 boost next to that for combined boost and fuel pressure on the bottom
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