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Old 07-26-2014, 09:05 AM   #1
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Default What gauge do you recommend?

Hi
I'm going to buy new gauge in my mustang (x-charged HI-PO)
because. I've plan to drive on track in next month
So I need to check engine status from gauge, before makes problem

I already have gauge pod. there are 3 hole

what kind of gauge do you recommand?
boost? water tempreture?
please tell me opinion

also I found some gauge maker 'autometer','glowshift'
it looks nice and good price.
how about that?

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Old 07-26-2014, 04:44 PM   #2
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Boost, wide band air fuel (not a narrow band, you need the wide band).
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Boost, Wideband AF, Fuel Pressure
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Boost, Wideband AF, Fuel Pressure
These. And opt for good quality (autometer). Sometimes I'll recommend coolant temp instead of fuel pressure.
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