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Adding Gauges/Gauge Pods

I was thinking of updating my 97 318i with some gauges, like: oil pressure, oil temp, fuel/air fixture, and voltage meter... i found some gauges on ebay, but im looking for a mount, I would like one that would mount them on the windshield pillar, anybody have any suggestions? thanks!
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i wasn't aware that we drive civics.... bavauto has a nice one... that fills up the sunglass holder under the OBC....


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i wasn't aware that we drive civics.... bavauto has a nice one... that fills up the sunglass holder under the OBC....

Thanks for the info.... So just because I want to know information about my engine before something goes majorly wrong, you're calling me a ricer? or what? The way I figure it once the dummy light comes on in the dash for my oil, it's already too late, I just want to be safe...
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no no no no....you didnt catch what he was talking about rwall23....he's talking about the pilar guages.....cluttering up you dash and windscreen with flashy things like that are very typical of "ricers". as you like to call them.....I like some rice cars..... in fact I own two. and I bet both would destroy your car in any competition set forth....and both are 91's and they are 300zx's either......but thats not the point....BMW's are nice elegant cars and deserve better then that. Give your car something it deserves, nice clean and easy to view....plus a stoich guage it very annoying once you've tunned you car.......just my thoughts...let us know what you end up doing.......

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