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Hello! :vs_wave:
I'm a new member and glad to know this forum exists!

About a year ago I bought a Juke Nismo 2014 6MT.
Lately I came with an idea to install gauge pod.
The gauges I want to install are:
1. Boost
2. Oil Temperature
3. Lambda (Air/Fuel ratio)

I know it's possible to install since I saw a few threads about it. Unfortunately I couldn't find any installation guidance...
So I have a few questions:
1. Can someone please explain me how to connect those gauges? Or otherwise send here a link for a detailed explanation to get a clean installation.
2. What gauge pod is recommended (I found "Ortiz Custom Pods" triple a-pillar gauges).
Isn't the triple pillar too loaded ?
3. What gauges are reccomended?

Thanks in advance :)
 

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Check out NissanEggs build thread. He did extensive work to his RS 6 speed.
 

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Check out NissanEggs build thread. He did extensive work to his RS 6 speed.
Thanks for your comment.
I read his thread from the beginning to the last but didn't find any explanation which shows how to wire those gauges.
 

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Boost gauge is easy. Plenty of documentation here.

Oil temp will be easy too. Just need a line to the oil temp sensor.

I would assume the Lamda would be explained in any gauge you buy.

What I would do to make it easy. First I have to say I am not a Pillar Pod guy. They really block a lot of view of the road and can make driving less safe. That being said.

Just install a real boost gauge and then get a OBD2 Gauge. You can select what you want to observe. Easy to setup and it will give you what you want.
 

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Boost gauge is easy. Plenty of documentation here.

Oil temp will be easy too. Just need a line to the oil temp sensor.

I would assume the Lamda would be explained in any gauge you buy.

What I would do to make it easy. First I have to say I am not a Pillar Pod guy. They really block a lot of view of the road and can make driving less safe. That being said.

Just install a real boost gauge and then get a OBD2 Gauge. You can select what you want to observe. Easy to setup and it will give you what you want.
Thank you very much!
What OBD2 gauge you recommend?
And what boost gauge is recommend?
 

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You dont want to use the OBD2 for Boost. You want to use a mechanical boost gauge.
 
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