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Old 06-15-2017, 08:52 PM   #61
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Who makes that pod and how do you like it?
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Old 06-16-2017, 06:25 AM   #62
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AutoMeter 12195:
https://www.summitracing.com/parts/a...FQhAGwodhpMKqw
http://www.westcoastcorvette.com/p-2...5-2013-c6.aspx

I have a brand new double (2 pods) if you want it. $25 + shipping but no plastic push pins to mount it to the pillar cover
https://www.summitracing.com/parts/a...FVEYGwodWD4BWQ

EDIT: It's really nice. I like the fact that it's right there in the field of view when making pulls so I don't have to look down at the dash. The AEM X-Series match the factory gauges pretty much and blend right in. Was almost ready to go with their Cobalt line but went with X-Series because of OBD connectivity

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I wish the SLP pod didn't fit so horribly.. I'd really like to use it for a wideband.
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Old 06-16-2017, 09:28 AM   #64
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I wish the SLP pod didn't fit so horribly.. I'd really like to use it for a wideband.
Not sure if you mean the one below, but yes it's crap. The first thing I did when getting in the car is push it back under the OEM trim because it never fit right. Gauges were a cluster **** in my car, mounted the SLP, drilled the cluster bezel, bought the 3 pillar, collided with the SLP, had to put a cluster cover in. Ugh. Rather pull the rack out that deal with that again
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Yeah that's the one I was thinking of.. man you've got more electronics in your car than me. I didn't know that was possible
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Commanded Lambda, Wideband reading, knock retard degrees and boost/vacuum in psi

THIS is how I want mine to be setup.....have everything to do it.....just can't seem to get my wideband/fuel pressure formulas correct...
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What's it doing or not doing?
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For those with Pillar install where did you run your wires etc through. Any easy routing tips - tricks for smooth install? I have two gauge pod and aem air fuel and boost gauge to mount.

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For those with Pillar install where did you run your wires etc through. Any easy routing tips - tricks for smooth install? I have two gauge pod and aem air fuel and boost gauge to mount.
I ran mine under the weather stripping through the side of the pillar into the top of the fender. If that makes sense
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