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Old 07-19-2011, 06:57 AM   #1
GolfRrrr
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Smile Podi Boost Gauge on Golf R

Last weekend I had the chance to install Podi Boost gauge kit with their steering column pod.

I have looked at many gauges that has a blue needle but none of them I liked, plus the Podi came in complete package with a boost tab and a remote control. So hopefully Podi release a match gauge for the R once its released in the States, but for now I'm sticking with their red needle gauge.

Installation was easy, I only had to buy 2 add-a-circuit and follow the MK5 DIY instruction that is on the forum.

I'm getting a peak boost 21 PSI and then it drops to 19 PSI.

What boost level every one is getting?

edit: corrected peak boost
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Old 07-21-2011, 04:40 PM   #2
winston@podi.ca
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The setup looks great.

Now that I know how a Golf R cluster looks I should have provided you the white needle version of the gauge instead, but having a different needle color does help with picking out the boost reading.

Here is how the white needle gauge looks in an Audi TTS with white background selected as well.

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