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    New Gauges installed

    Well, Installed some gauges in my finaces WRX. I hate how there is no clock on the radio so i had to replace it. I added a Boost, Oil Pressure, and clock :lol: Oil pressure is not hooked up thus why im showing 150+ PSI YIKES!


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    Its nice. I think it would look better if the clock was in the middle, just my opinion.
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    Install looks clean
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    looks good! i was thinking of getting a clock gauge but now that i see it in there I don't really want it thanks
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    Nice and I agree the clock should be in the middle

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    Looks good. I'm just curious, any reason you went with the center over the drivers side A-pillar?

    Might be a dumb question, just figured I'd ask anyhow.
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    [QUOTE=MkUlrey13;2624998]Well, Installed some gauges in my finaces WRX. I hate how there is no clock on the radio so i had to replace it. I added a Boost, Oil Pressure, and clock :lol: Oil pressure is not hooked up thus why im showing 150+ PSI YIKES!


    Can you tell me, where you got the housing from?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Heide264 View Post
    Looks good. I'm just curious, any reason you went with the center over the drivers side A-pillar?

    Might be a dumb question, just figured I'd ask anyhow.
    Because there more out of the way and the A-piller sreams "race me/pull me over" lol. Least where i live. I just like a sudtle car.
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    [QUOTE=Ventura'sWRX;2630538]
    Quote Originally Posted by MkUlrey13 View Post
    Well, Installed some gauges in my finaces WRX. I hate how there is no clock on the radio so i had to replace it. I added a Boost, Oil Pressure, and clock :lol: Oil pressure is not hooked up thus why im showing 150+ PSI YIKES!


    Can you tell me, where you got the housing from?
    Ebay. Glowshift.
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    How hard was it for you to hook up the wiring? I bought a Glowshift boost controller and I can't get the lights to dim properly. I even built a little circuit I found online and this did not work.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MkUlrey13 View Post
    Because there more out of the way and the A-piller sreams "race me/pull me over" lol. Least where i live. I just like a sudtle car.
    True, I was just curious. I don't like gauges everywhere, but I'd like to have the ones useful for tuning purposes and to make sure the tune is running correctly. Maybe carputer display is the way to go. I recently saw somewhere a link to an ipad mount into the dash. If I could throw in one running on windows/android and use it for media, gauge display, and tuning purposes I would be forking over high 3 figures worth of cash no problem.
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