where do I get a gauge and how do I mount it?

Jobe Tichy bimmer_dude at hotmail.com
Fri Jun 28 02:00:05 EDT 2002

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Just a heads up for pods...The A4 pod DOES NOT fit on the type 44 A pillar.
It does with some persuasion on the urS4 body A pillar.  Fortunately, I had a
friend putting one in his urS4 and was able to try and fit it.

As far as my research goes in all of this, I think a standard gauge cup on the
A pillar is about all there is if that's where you want it.

If anyone knows of anything that will work--I'd like to know also.

As for a gauge--Autometer makes very nice ones too (30 hg of vaccum and 30 lbs
of boost)

Hope some of that helps.


'91 200tq 20v

'84 BMW 318i (modified)
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>To: 200q20v at audifans.com
>Subject: where do I get a gauge and how do I mount it?
>Date: Thu, 27 Jun 2002 20:10:39 -0400
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>I need to get a boost gauge. Something that goes to 30 PSI (should be enough
>right?) and I would like it to show vacum too. And of course it needs to
>the stock gauges during the day and night so I guess I am looking for
>something made by VDO (since they made the stock gauges). And another problem
>would be the way to mount this thing. I want to put it on the driver's side A
>pillar but I don't think anyone makes a gauge pod for our cars, or do they?
>Maybe some universal gauge pod would work. So let me know where I could find
>these items and I might be interested in an AIR/FUEL mixture gauge as well so
>I'll probably need a dual gauge pod and of course the gauge to match.
>let me know if you can help me.
>Thanks. Dan
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