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Fgjoh

C34 Stagea A Pillar Guage Pod Eoi

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I finally decided to make a gauge pod for myself

I have a mold for these now and i was trying to gauge if there would be interest in these

I would be looking at selling them for $60

Would anyone be willing?

Here are a few photos of it just in place in my car

excuse the poor quality pics i only had my camera phone handy

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Apparently the R33 A pillar gauge pods fit nicely on Stags, Not sure how to go about the interior trim colouring though.

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I tried one a while a go and i didn't have any luck with it as it hit the crash pad

hence why i made one although i could be wrong

I was going to paint mine in acrylic once i have the time to get it colour matched

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Read up somewhere that a guy used the R33 gts-t one on his Series II and it fitted almost fine just one of the sides was a bit short but it still fit fine. Back a few years ago when i was in crash repairs we would use this stuff to paint bumpers called texture coat it gives the same sort of rough peely texture finish at the oem trim...

Acrylic doesn't seem like a bad option but not sure how it would go against the damaging UV rays on plastic.

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Well at least i have one now made specifically for the stag :thumbsup:

Cool i might give that texture coat a go.

the acrylic should stand up to ultraviolet it's going to be painted fiberglass anywho i think it should work fine

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In case anyone wants to see the end result. Picked this up from Peter yesterday along with my Sub Enclosure, will post a pic of that on the Enclosure thread. Very happy with end result, Peter does great work!

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well i do have them for sale at the moment for $60

although if a GB of 5 could be done i could drop the pricing from $60 per to $50 per pod

If anyone wants one just pm me and i'll give you my details

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It really does sit quite a lot lower than where it was, It's virtually the same level as the top of the heater grill. You can barely see it from the side as well.

Will snap some more photo's throughout the week if people want to see what it looks like from different angles.

Cheers

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