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GReddy electronic gauges

Anyone that has these, suggestions as to where I should mount the sending units for these? I'm guessing that in the engine bay is a bad idea? Keep in mind that I live in Maine and tons of salt etc is on the roads in the winters.
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I have EGT, Boost and Oil Temp. I mounted my gauges in the clock position and put the sending units inside the dash housing/defi pod housing. It's a little cramped, but it works fine.

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Sounds like a plan to me, after much wishy-washyness, I've decided to pick up a temp gauge and the defi pod as well.

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I have EGT, Boost and Oil Temp. I mounted my gauges in the clock position and put the sending units inside the dash housing/defi pod housing. It's a little cramped, but it works fine.

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What manual/instructions did you use to remove the clock? I am intrested in doing the same modification but need some instructions to take the dash apart.
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Manual? Just remove some screws.
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As soon as I can find someone with a black temp gauge in stock I'm going to be installing tbe, uppipe, and boost, egt, oil temp in a defi pod. I plan on taking as many pictures as possible and doing a how-to (hopefully not a how not-to) from a noob perspective. Should be in the next couple weeks at the most if you can wait that long.

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I just installed a fuel temp guage, pryometer and boost guage in a three guage mount a-pillar, it looks pretty good, now all I need to find is to find a manuel with the proper settings, any suggestions where I might find that??
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Proper settings for what?
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Proper settings for what?
I guess I didn't word it correctlly, I'm pretty new at this, I guess what I meant, what is the proper temp to watch for on the pryo, where would I find figures like that. Thanks Cosmo, your dealing with a newbie
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1600 F or 875 C
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I think I asked a reasonable question and expect a reasonable answer. If you cannot answer the question maybe someone else can. As modarator you should act more mature.
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Man its not hard, you pry up the plastic and then remove a few screws. His answer wasn't immature
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