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    Registered User Blue2004WRX's Avatar
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    Gauge suggestions

    For someone not planning on upgrading their turbo (me) what gauges would you recommend? Boost obviously, but I'm looking to get two more in a triple gauge pillar and I'm not sure which ones I want/should do.

    All suggestions appreciated
    --2004 WRB WRX--
    Still way too stock.

    Originally posted by MidnightFLAT4
    I like A/C for the sole reason that it makes the idle sound meaner.

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    Exhaust gas temp or air/fuel ratio would be very useful. You would need a wide band o2 sensor however for the air/fuel. Oil pressure and voltmeter would be easy to hook up if you're just looking for something to fill the spot and also be somewhat useful.

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    Yeah I'm just at Cobb stage 2, don't plan on going much higher, more suspension and stuff, so I don't really know if getting EGT gauge or AF gauge would be very useful. So if I wanted, oil pressure and voltmeter would be the cheapest and easiest to hook up?
    --2004 WRB WRX--
    Still way too stock.

    Originally posted by MidnightFLAT4
    I like A/C for the sole reason that it makes the idle sound meaner.

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    Yeah voltmeter is by far the easiest gauge to hook up, pretty good for monitoring the battery/alternator especially if you have a big sound system. It's also the cheapest I believe.

    Oil pressure if decently easy. I hooked one up on my corolla, never done it on a wrx before but you have to install a pressure sender somewhere and then just run a wire to the gauge. They're pretty cheap also.

    I'm sure there's some other options but those seem pretty good to me.

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