My Autometer boost gauge just arrived from Amazon, I’ve got a threaded plug in my ZZP upper charge pipe... just need to figure out how and where to mount it. I got the Autometer mounting cup with it also. So that’s today project.
I was looking at that but I thought it would look odd having only a single gauge in there and I really couldn’t think of another gauge I really needed. Running the air line to it there would be a pain the the rear!This works great!
Cruze Dual Gauge Pillar PodA gauge pillar pod. Material is the same as stock.The color matches your stock pillar and has the same texture. Not spray painted like other designs and also not a generic black ABS like other gauge pod manufacturers have.zzperformance.com
Oh, I didn’t look at his site, thanks for that info I will check it out!Bnr has a nice but pricey mount that fits in the dash vent.
Cool, I’ll look at what is out there. Of course I run to the grocery store and the passenger window won’t go up, it will go down but it gets stuck half way up. I managed to pull it all the way up and it stayed. It looked like it jumped the track but won’t know until I take the door panel off.It's alot easier than you think. I put a aeroforce Interceptor in my other pod.
Much more stopping power, I feel the car has the stopping power for the horsepower it has now. I haven’t taken it yet to test fade after a few good stops to heat them up.Interesting, how is the difference? Less fade? More stopping power?
No fade pushing the brakes down pretty hard at 116mph, straight as an arrow then backed up a 70 to 0 stop at an exit... the car feels complete now.Interesting, how is the difference? Less fade? More stopping power?