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Old 03-28-2012, 08:06 PM
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Speedlogix Overhead Dual Gauge Pod installed

i installed my air fuel gauge and fuel press gauge and decided to go wit dual pod where sunglasses holder goes. not 100% done with installation as i have to wire up fuel press gauge but have to wait on my NX fuel rail adapter for sending unit on fuel press gauge but got a pic for you guys so you can get an idea of what it looks like if you dont have one but are thinking of getting it. i personally like it ill get better pics once everything is in working order
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link to where i bought it from

http://www.speedlogixstore.com/produ...x-lxlc-ohp.htm
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looks good I actually like it better than the pillar pod
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Is it tough to look up and see the numbers or are they "in your face." ?

Looks Good!!
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Old 03-28-2012, 08:18 PM
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looks good I actually like it better than the pillar pod
yup i did it because i know people go through hell trying to get those pillars also didnt feel like paying 160 for the pillar lol
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Old 03-28-2012, 08:21 PM
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Is it tough to look up and see the numbers or are they "in your face." ?

Looks Good!!
lmao i get to see my numbers really good its not bad at all
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Been running one for a year now, nice to have them out of the way
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I agree my overhead pod came out really nice.
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post some pictures of the nx fuel rail adapter and the fuel pressure sensor installed when you get it all done cause im going to be doing this soon. Thanks and it looks good!!
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post some pictures of the nx fuel rail adapter and the fuel pressure sensor installed when you get it all done cause im going to be doing this soon. Thanks and it looks good!!
here u go bud. i also put in a picture of the tool i used for removing the fuel line off the rail the tool made it so simple and only cost about 4 bucks at napa
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