More coming on this post. Sorry, short on time. This is a dual oil temp/pressure gauge install in OEM location
Aborted Attempt to fit Whole Gauge.
Spooky, telling myself it'll be ok to desolder gauge:
Soldered once internal wires to a dual row header from my leftover PnP kits:
Gauge basically in place:
Backside with connector harbor-freight-epoxied in place:
Close to final product. Lighting it not worked out yet and I may put original gauge's cover over needle bases.
This took some milling of the back of the black plastic bezel, simple dremel stuff. Of course I forgot to write down which wires do what, so I know which two are which needles (by putting ohm meter across and watching them move) but I'm not 100% sure which is power and which is ground. Perhaps asking the manufacturer will yield useful info, otherwise I can likely see through the front if I remove bezel again.
Gauge is a lightweight dual model sold by Westach. I'd always wanted to put my boost gauge there, and when I finally worked up the nerve to do it, I found I was running more boost than the 16 psi gauge would display. HA!
It might not be a PERFECT match but I think it'll be quite good. Next up: LED indicator lights so I can run more channels off the 'logic level' outputs on my MS3.
P.S. More/higher res pics at: Dual Oil Temp/Press In Dash - AbeFM's Photos