Interceptor 212 gauge glare

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Interceptor 212 gauge glare

Postby Interceptor212 » Thu May 19, 2016 8:46 pm

I have recently bought a interceptor 212 5.7 I love the boat so far but what have yall done about the gauge glare I have searched and found someone made a sheet metal visor I thought about tint bought a little piece to try last weekend it made it worse just curious what yall have done to fix this issue
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Re: Interceptor 212 gauge glare

Postby buyfire » Fri May 20, 2016 11:18 am

If you're referring to the sun glare from the console onto the windshield I'd recommend a non glossy vinyl wrap material on top of the pod. If you're talking about gauge backlight glare at night, I'm not aware of a fix, short of some sort of homemade gauge bezel or dash pod extension.
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Re: Interceptor 212 gauge glare

Postby Interceptor212 » Sat May 21, 2016 10:32 am

I've got a glare of the gauges in daylight I can just about ready the gauges on the windshield it's so bad
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Re: Interceptor 212 gauge glare

Postby iammarcuse » Sun May 22, 2016 2:47 am

Yup, nasty glare. I just laid a piece of black neoprene on top of the pod and extended it out a little out over the gauges. Like the material yoga mats are made of. Not perfect but helps a lot.
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