ATI ePod Steering Column Gauge Pod 52mm Double
Manufacturer Part # 25EJ2-EPOD-52
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Steve C 2 years ago
Easy to install and holds my gauges very well! Excellent!
zdez 3 years ago
I would like to start out by saying that the quality of the gauge pods themselves is superb, the plastic was thick and sturdy and the overall look is great. That being said, the installation was a greater pain then I expected. The packaging comes with no instructions which would've been helpful seeing as there HAS to be a particular order in which to install this pod in order to get everything to line up. I have yet to figure out that order. I have a 2002 wrx and had to remove the trim around my gauge cluster as well as the gauge cluster itself. No big deal, got the mount in place and went to put in the pods which are secured by four tiny screws and nuts which trying to put in took patience but was still frustrating. Once that was taken care of I went to put the factory bottom of the steering column shroud back on but it just would not line up! I checked for any obstructions and found none. As of right now I still have no bottom covering for my steering column due to the fitment issues. On top of that one of the rubber grommets that holds the gauge in place in the pod has stretched out which causes me to constantly re-adjust the position of my gauge. I would love this gauge pod if everything would just line up and work.
saab92xer 3 years ago
This gauge pod fits wonderfully on my 2005 9-2x. Great work ATI.
Exactly what I was expecting.
Chris-pee 4 years ago
Looks great, install was straight forward. Matches OE plastic almost perfect. Priced well also,
CHought 4 years ago
I must have got a lemon. Accomplishes the task of mounting gauges but I had higher expectations from the other reviews here. The cups were't compatible with my mechanical boost gauge and had to cut the back out with my dremel. When reinstalling the bottom trim piece on the steering column I couldn't for the life of me get it to line up properly. This may have been avoided if it came with instructions of some sort. It just doesn't line up! I'll post some photos of what it looks like mounted, and how it doesn't line up.
Q: Removal of Pod? TylerCJ7 6 months agoAnswer
Is there any way I can run only one gauge pod on this and remove the other gauge pod completely and block off the unused hole, until I buy a second gauge?
A: The individual pods are held on by screws and could potentially be removed if you needed to but there is no cover to make it look clean for the unused hole.
Nick S. 6 months ago
Q: Replacement parts dwold91 2 years agoAnswer
So I have this gauge pod on my 06 WRX and the left pod broke off from the pivoting part. Is there a way I can buy just that pod?
A: We can special order a replacement pod and please contact customer service to order that.
Zach G. 1 year ago
Q: Fitment? ttaaooaa 5 years agoAnswer
I have the dealer installed boost gauge on my steering column. Will I need to remove this in order for the gauge pod to fit?
A: I am not 100% sure but I believe yes, you would have to remove the dealer installed gauge to get the ePod installed. Please let everyone know how it goes.
ATI Gauge Solutions 5 years ago