Didn't someone make a "hide-able" gauge set on the dash before? I think it was Kalva but i remember it being able to flip under the lid when not in use.
Yeah, it was Karl, he put a 4th and 5th gauge in the cubby with the ability to "flip" them up into position.Didn't someone make a "hide-able" gauge set on the dash before? I think it was Kalva but i remember it being able to flip under the lid when not in use.
I wish I had a better pic, but I test fitted a universal pod (their PN 5288) from Auto Meter in my car. I really liked the look and may go through with it.
Edit: Full disclosure, I work for Auto Meter. I personally like it and thought it would give more options to our community. We made one for the FRS that has a unique base, but the MRS can get away with the universal flat base, in my opinion.
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Guage placement is much better then the LP TRD pod. I can see the all of the faces clearly. With the LP pod I was always moving my head to the right to see the numbers on the left side of each gauge, the numbers were not visible from a neutral driving position.How do y'all like the gauge placement? I keep thinking the left-most gauge should be set back the farthest, instead of the way it is.
Then again, I might just be trying to talk myself into building the vacuum table setup