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Old 25 October 2018, 06:35 PM
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Default Prosport triple gauge and Centre pod.

I have a set of smoked 52mm Prosport gauges in a tidy centre New Age pod to find a new home for. Red/White lighting.

Tidy condition. They will come with the wiring from a set of 45 mm gauges so no piggy back power wires but priced accordingly. The wires can be got cheap enough. All sensors are new and unused. Still in the boxes. I swapped to 45mm gauges having changed to a genuine Subaru pod.

Just make me a reasonable offer and I'll post them to you. The marks on the font edge are just tape residue I forgot to wipe off. Sorry.
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Old 25 October 2018, 08:26 PM
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sorry newbie questions what would i need to fit this to my 04 sti impreza. are they led.
and how much are you looking for
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Old 26 October 2018, 01:49 AM
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U must have a rough price?
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What are they, oil pressure, temp and boost appear to be common?
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Very interested - i have Defi guages in already - would these plug into the existing defi cables?
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Very interested - i have Defi guages in already - would these plug into the existing defi cables?
why would you change defi guages for prosport?
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Old 26 October 2018, 10:33 PM
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Originally Posted by Markyscoob View Post
I have a set of smoked 52mm Prosport gauges in a tidy centre New Age pod to find a new home for. Red/White lighting.

Tidy condition. They will come with the wiring from a set of 45 mm gauges so no piggy back power wires but priced accordingly. The wires can be got cheap enough. All sensors are new and unused. Still in the boxes. I swapped to 45mm gauges having changed to a genuine Subaru pod.

Just make me a reasonable offer and I'll post them to you. The marks on the font edge are just tape residue I forgot to wipe off. Sorry.
i`ll give you 75 pound and a snickers bar
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Old 27 October 2018, 12:30 AM
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Originally Posted by pjarvis6666 View Post
why would you change defi guages for prosport?
because I like this style of guage holder, my car came with the 60mm defis and a large Zero/Sports cluster.

This pod looks a lot more slick, Defis arent being sold, just need to find a better way of mounting them...Im all ears if you have any ideas that arent A pillar pods
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Old 28 October 2018, 08:15 PM
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My apologies folks. I've been away at work. OK. The pod is glass fibre and needs to be held down at the front with a bit of ingenuity. It came with a pair of clips that were really crap. Some small bolts and washers may do it if you pop the upper vent out to gain access.

I was going to do that but instead saw the nice Subaru DIN shaped pod sold on ICP's site. That made me buy the 45mm gauges to try. They're a lower spec than the 52mm ones, you don't get backlighting and the fancy tracing and peak hold functions these give you though.

So pictures so you can see the wiring. The 52mm have facility for piggy backing the power, so you join the power to the first gauge and connect them together. Again, the 45mm doesn't have this. My bad as I reused my power leads and cannibalised the piggy back leads. Sorry!

You get the pod, and three boxes (wrong boxes). If I ever do find the correct 52mm boxes I'll send these on as they have the hoods in them. i didn't use them with the pod but you might want to cut them and glue the top halves on.



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Hook front end in and slip bolts with coach washers under rear slots.






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Old 28 October 2018, 08:25 PM
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So, boost gauge, Oil pressure gauge, Oil temperature gauge. Pod. Instructions and all sensors and looms except piggy back power cables.

You will also need a T-piece adapter to fit to the car's own oil pressure sensor, and fittings to secure rear edge of pod to top dash. I was going to use small coach bolts with large heads and a wingnut.

I'll box up and post out to first one to offer me three figures including postage.
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Old 31 October 2018, 01:57 PM
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Croney. Dude, you need to clear your messages out as I've sent you a PM and it's bounced as your inbox is full.
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Old 07 November 2018, 08:27 PM
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did these sell?
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Old 09 November 2018, 07:18 PM
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Not yet. Croney was going to have them but he's not got back to me in about a week.
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OK. These parts are still available.
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