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Old 28th January 2005, 12:58   #16
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i have a 3" auto gauge rpm meter with shift light on the ikon and it just works fine .
hey can u put up the pics of it and also the price of it and place to get it from
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Old 28th January 2005, 22:47   #17
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Lancer with Autogauge meters

3" Tachometer w/shiftlight

Coolant temp, Oil temp & Oil press on A-pillar Pod.

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Old 28th January 2005, 23:09   #18
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Lancer with Autogauge meters

3" Tachometer w/shiftlight

Coolant temp, Oil temp & Oil press on A-pillar Pod.

hey nice interiors please post from the back so i can seee them . also the prices as well. some more shots of the interiors of the lancer i dont mind too
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Old 29th January 2005, 10:10   #19
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Autopsyche, that is one detailed interior! Simply fantastic...

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Old 29th January 2005, 12:17   #20
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hey can u put up the pics of it and also the price of it and place to get it from

i dont have the pics as of now !!
u can get a good bargain from opera house and it might cost u around 2k - 2.2k . i had got it from motosport at carters for 2.7k with fitting .
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Thanks GTO, the interiors are of the Lancer Coupe we did.
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Old 30th January 2005, 07:12   #22
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Nice job autopsyche!! How much you charge for that





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Old 30th January 2005, 10:00   #23
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Thanks Vulken, costing varies a lot, it depends on how much detailing and parts youre goin in for in the interiors and exteriors. Ill give u a tentative eg., PU Coating interior panels in whatever color combination approx 20k.
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Can someone specifically point out the advantages of autometer ? Besides of course the fantastic finishing and designs ?? Someone told me that autogauge were at one time making units for autometer... any truth to this ??
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Can someone specifically point out the advantages of autometer ? Besides of course the fantastic finishing and designs ?? Someone told me that autogauge were at one time making units for autometer... any truth to this ??
Hey s0uljah,

Autometer and Autogauge are owned by the Autometer brand and are manufactured in the US of A. Autometers is their premium brand have better precision and are more expensive compared to the Autogauge line of products. Autometers cost upwards of 12k and Autogauges around 9K onwards.

Be wary of the fact that there is another brand which is 'Autogage' (spelt differently and made half a world away from the US... no points for guessing where) which is quite common and available in most accessory shops for around 3-5k.

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The precision bit your proabably right about... obviously you get what you pay for!

But now Im a little more confused.... I was always under the impression AutoGauge was a standalone company based out of Taiwan. My question was did autometer ever outsource to them... http://www.autogauge.com.tw/

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Autometer and Autogauge are owned by the Autometer brand and are manufactured in the US of A.

Be wary of the fact that there is another brand which is 'Autogage' (spelt differently and made half a world away from the US...
Never come across the autogage... and the prices you mentioned for the Autogauges seem to be way off ? Or is it that now even the fakes are being sold with the autogauge tag ?
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Ok, Autogage is the lower range of Auto Meter, and Auto Gauge is the Taiwanese company.
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Thanks for clearing that up v1p3r
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Ok, Autogage is the lower range of Auto Meter, and Auto Gauge is the Taiwanese company.
Thanks for correcting me v1p3r, got the spellings mixed up confusing s0uljah all the more.
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Guys how much for a set of Phantom II series from Autometer.

Oil Pressure
Temperature
Vacum
Tacho(with shift light)

Can these be integrated with the Lancer?
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