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Old 02-16-2002   #1
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I am looking for a gauge pod to hold 2 or 3 gauges. can anyone help. I have not been able to find any for the honda civic 2001
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I'm not sure that anybody makes any yet man. I remember seeing a post about this the other week.
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They don't make them for our cars yet. Hopefully they will come out soon.
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There are some universal ones out that could be made to fit but I think there will be
some small gaps.
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Yeah i hope they make them too but if they do it will take awhile.
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ok ok I found a set of dual gauge pods on OBX website. the only problem is that you can not order straight from them. So, where do I go to find OBX products (on-line). shops around here tend to charge an arm and a leg. part # POD29601
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check the dates on the obx pods, its 96-01 its def not the 7th gens
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I got tired of waiting for the pod to come out from Autometer, so I fabricated my own. I made a dual gauge pod that fits perfectly in my cup holders. I am very picky on what goes on my car and after five attempts it turned out awesome.
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show us a pic!!
whats the point in having them on the cup holder??? [IMG]i/expressions/face-icon-small-confused.gif[/IMG][IMG]i/expressions/face-icon-small-confused.gif[/IMG][IMG]i/expressions/face-icon-small-confused.gif[/IMG][IMG]i/expressions/face-icon-small-confused.gif[/IMG]
u wanted side pillars lolz!!!
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Good question! I like to be different when fixing up the ride. I had a voltmeter and an a/f ratio gauge. I figured that the a/f ratio gauge would get annoying after a while if it was in my feild of vision, so I mounted both in my cup holder. I do not use the cup holder for anything, so I said what the hell I will fabricate a dual gauge pod. With plexiglass, black vinyl, Autometer angle rings and alot of patients it worked awesome. When needed I just glance down and check things out. I know it sounds strange but it worked!
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I will post a pic soon
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