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dont see why not. Kind of a waste if you ask me though. If you get 1 gauge, you'll be wanting at least 1 or 2 more soon! I had my trinity and an AFR gauge in my dual pillar for a year.
I only really want to get it for my trinity.
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I only really want to get it for my trinity.
If you want to get a good tune (cmr)dialed in you would need a afr gauge so just get the dual the trinity needs a wideband to datalog afr I rocked the dual with just a trinity for like 2 months then bought a lc-1 so you can just save money or rock suction mount


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No suction mount here, made a custom mount for it center dash. But I want to move it but the afr makes sense I guess.


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Yeah no matter what the tuner won't go too agressive with tune if he can't see it so its worth it


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Nice man! That looks killer!
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If you want to get a good tune (cmr)dialed in you would need a afr gauge so just get the dual the trinity needs a wideband to datalog afr I rocked the dual with just a trinity for like 2 months then bought a lc-1 so you can just save money or rock suction mount


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this is what i would recommend for sure. but a single pod can be made. Just dont want you to get a single done, then want a dual or a triple like we ALL do once we start modding.
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Nice man! That looks killer!
Indeed. I'm thinking about one and would like my other pillar dipped as well.

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Indeed. I'm thinking about one and would like my other pillar dipped as well.

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Do you already have a 2 gauge pod or no?
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here is the finished product with the new NO2 gauge








Here is my only issue. With the 3 gauges, each has 2 wires going to it. For a total of 6 wires under the pod. So it no longer fits snug and tight to the original pillar and you can see a small gap all the way down the inside of the windshield. I'm looking for ways to fix this tho.



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Looks nice bro!!!! Did you make a nice size hold for the wires behind each Pod run the wires to each gauge and still the gap is there?
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