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post #21 of 33 Old 11-24-2008, 02:17 PM Thread Starter
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Re: A Pillar Gauge Pod + Scangauge Review

if you have big feet? lol


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Re: A Pillar Gauge Pod + Scangauge Review

Heh.

Youd have to have a tall stocking ! Like .. 3.5 - 4 foot tall stocking!

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Question: Will this fit in a stocking?

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Re: A Pillar Gauge Pod + Scangauge Review

Ok i was going to start a thread on this but i guess u did it first so why start another one.
MY REVIEW FOR THE PILLAR POD FROM MP
-The fitment for this piece is 100% perfect
-Looks totally awesome and the color is extremely well matched
-It will look even better if u get the silver face for the UEGO and SCANGAUGE
-Is a great piece that will totally change the interior look of your car and still look like factory design.
-I give my recomendation for this great piece
-As for the chrome screw i will paint it with some match nail paint and VOILA!

Seriously guys if some of u haven't gotten this u won't regret it; i'll try to post some pics tomorrow even thought there's a few already out there...enjoy

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Re: A Pillar Gauge Pod + Scangauge Review

i'm excited to get mine this week in the mail!
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Re: A Pillar Gauge Pod + Scangauge Review

Ok as promised here are some pic of the MPx Pillar Pod installed on my car with the Aeroforce scangauge and the AEM UEGO wideband
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Re: A Pillar Gauge Pod + Scangauge Review

And another two so u guys get every available angle with this Pillar Pod installed
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Re: A Pillar Gauge Pod + Scangauge Review

awesome thanks for the pics i was thinking about buying this and your review has helped my decision to buy just waiting for the first
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Re: A Pillar Gauge Pod + Scangauge Review

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And another two so u guys get every available angle with this Pillar Pod installed
Looks great! Thanks for the pics!

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awesome thanks for the pics i was thinking about buying this and your review has helped my decision to buy just waiting for the first
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Looks great! Thanks for the pics!
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Re: A Pillar Gauge Pod + Scangauge Review

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We had the option to use a black screw, or a nickel covered screw, and we decided to use the chrome screw.

I know it may not look like the best option, but the other option, of making a recessed hole, and making a special cover for it like the factory would have been MUCH MORE expensive.

To be able to offer you guys a color matched, good fitting pod for $74 in my opinion is a excellent all around product, and great price !
i'd pay an extra 30 bucks for a nice cover or insert.

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