Wow, to cut them I took a 2 5/16 hole saw and made a hole, not rocket science.
Where I paced the gauge and where you want your gauge could be different, therefor I stopped cutting the holes Pre done. BTW the glpanel part isn't the "trick" to this idea "I"came up with in 2007, it's the mounting it
I fabricated this mount for my boost gauge when I had my Magnum S/C'd.........
I made it so the gauge was angled towards the driver...........it has a lip on both sides that I used to epoxy it to the rear of the vent trim.............Not sure if I still have the template I made to cut it out......
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Sure does. I think redfox is sending me the panel anytime soon... I'll post pictures when it's hydrodipped and mounted.
Skullboy - did you just epoxy it on there?
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how does this affect lets say the dual zone climate control? is there much difference in the heating/cooling of the car? also do you guys block the vent off on the inside? or does hot/cold air just blow on the gauge?
Im planning on not doing anything with the vent behind the panel - I'm going to let it be as it is and see what happens.