Much agreed. I had my boost gauge in the ash tray's location for a while, but pulled it out because it was such a pain. I vote for putting them in the stock location.[email protected] said:That's gonna be tricky. I tried putting gauges down under the stereo once and again in the ashtray location and then in the cigarette lighter location. The problem with those locations is you can't see them. You have to look down to see them. That's not a good idea. They need to be in a place where you can quickly glance over and see in a split second where you are at. That's why the pillar works best. You can still keep your eyes mostly on the road and get the info from your gauges. Anywhere else you put them, it will be kind of tricky to see them when you really need to.
No, I never got that far. I didn't want to expend the effort on something that I wouldn't like any way. I know mdcmotorsports went the ash tray route for one. Many others...supratkfy said:hey limequat did u custom make the plate to mount the gauges on the ash tray area? what kind of matereial did u use and how did u make??? any one haave pics of this setup of gauges on the ash tray .???