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AFR gauge mount

any one care to share where they have mounted their AFR gauges. I want to keep my clock.....saw Stup mount his in his ashtray assembly....pics maybe?
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Old 03-16-2010, 04:43 AM
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I bought the gauge panel from Summit racing...its an Autometer brand. Pelican sells a VDO gauge panel too that would work fine. I tried to buy it from our host but the part was on backorder for weeks.
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This was kicked around just recently. Go here Boost gauge
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I fitted my Innovate G5 gauge into a PVC pipe connector covered with vinyl and screwed to the underside of the dash. Wires run through clock hole.
Pics worth a thousand words ...



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This where I attached mine, these gauges are quite thin and can be surface mounted.

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This where I attached mine, these gauges are quite thin and can be surface mounted.

I like this, it's right there in your face, which is where you want it!
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many thanks fellas....i just needed to see what you guys had done....much obliged.
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Display is tied to onboard Innovate LM-1


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I removed my radio and used some black Starboard which has a pebble finish that is similar to the leather on the dash ... I'm happy with the placement, as it's out of my primary view.
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Old One,

That gauge looks like a dead ringer for the old DynaTune unit I used to have installed and hooked to my narrow band stock location O2 sensor. It read in millivolts and you had to have pre-programmed into your brain the conversion chart to AFR's. Worked in a pinch to signal danger zones, but that's about it. Still have it, need to sell it to some non-discriminating buyer.

And something about age and vision accuity....either I'm loosing my eyesight, your camera is out of focus, or you're loosing your eyesight. Or a combination of all of the above.

Yours Truely,

Mr. Gimp
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Gimpy,

It is a Dyna Tune, conversion done in LM-1 lots of help on the Innovate Forum with the conversion charts.

You need to cut me some slack on the vision, I just turned 67 yesterday and my eyes were the second thing to go. Looks fine to me !!!!

I actually didn't have time to do another pic. and download. I also knew some
smart ass from the Great NW would be pimping me for sure.

Cole
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Gimpy,

It is a Dyna Tune, conversion done in LM-1 lots of help on the Innovate Forum with the conversion charts.

You need to cut me some slack on the vision, I just turned 67 yesterday and my eyes were the second thing to go. Looks fine to me !!!!

I actually didn't have time to do another pic. and download. I also knew some
smart ass from the Great NW would be pimping me for sure.

Cole
Never wanting to be the source of disappointment, as always I aim to please!
Happy belated birthday, by the way. Hope you have many many more to come.
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