Where is the best location of aftermarket guages in my 89 Nissan Sentra? I am debating on whether I should put them on my dash or under the glove box. Any suggestions?
If you don't mind putting holes in the dash, that would be a good spot. You could also buy a gauge pod like this and put it on that little shallow spot in the middle of the top of the dash (secure it with screws or 2x sided tape).Biscuit said:Where is the best location of aftermarket guages in my 89 Nissan Sentra? I am debating on whether I should put them on my dash or under the glove box. Any suggestions?
i wish i did...i'll waste a few hours today to find it again. I know i have the link on my computer back home but if i asked my dad to find it he'd surely get lost in the mile long favorites list.minute rice sentra said:do you have a link for the N13 pod?
Run the wires behind the pillar coverBiscuit said:I looked at the pillar today. It would be a GREAT place to put guages. If I could only get the right stuff. I could probably find/make some brackets to go on there. Only drawback would be the wires showing.
about $695.95 for a 21 function panel thats 4" tall, 10.2" wide, 2.125" thickBiscuit said:I wish there was a system where you could read your oil pressure, water temp, oil temp, outside temp, rpms, boost, etc etc etc all on a small screen. Sounds like something that would cost a fortune.