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post #1 of 6 (permalink) Old 03-04-2006, 08:09 AM Thread Starter
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I was tired of not having a tach so I finally got around to installing one, along with a voltometer.

Here are the pics.
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What did you use to paint the pod? Was it made to match the interior?

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I was tired of not having a tach so I finally got around to installing one, along with a voltometer.

Here are the pics.
Nice.... looks like an exact match on the paint

I've got a dual A-pillar gauge pod as well w/ Voltmeter & the A/F ratio in the phatam series... looking to get rid of my dual pod and purchase the triple pod and install a 30lb boost gauge, my A/f ratio, and a water temp. gauge.

So many idea's, but my money tree is not maturing fast enough. LOL

BTW.... nice pic's. Like how you showed the step's of how you did it. Very helpful!

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What did you use to paint the pod? Was it made to match the interior?
I used Ford interior primer and paint.

Overall, it matched up well.

I believe you can find similar interior paints at Autozone, etc.


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BTW.... nice pic's. Like how you showed the step's of how you did it. Very helpful!

GOOD JOB.

I always like to document what I do to save the next guy or gal some time. Currently, I am putting together a write-up.

Thanks for the kind words. Keep us updated if/when you install that triple pod.
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Looks great Steve but I don't expect any less from you. I didn't know they made tachs so small!

Did you get a chance to make it out to the track? B'dubs was owning me so I couldn't go.

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Looks great Steve but I don't expect any less from you. I didn't know they made tachs so small!
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Did you get a chance to make it out to the track? B'dubs was owning me so I couldn't go.

I was up in Northern KY at a Vic meet yesterday. It was nice to finally be able to monitor the RPMs.

Until I get the Vic retuned, I might hold off on the strip.

If you do go out there sometime soon, give me a ring.
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