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    Another gauge in OEM boost housing

    Hola....
    I replaced my factory boost gauge with a Defi-Link gauge setup in an A-pod......are there any other worthwhile gauges that will fit in the factory steering column mount?
    Advice and opinions greatly appreciated!
    Thanks
    DML

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    I haven't done it myself, but I understand any 45mm gauge will fit. See Omori Gauges for a selection of 45mms.
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    Do us all a favor: work on learning how to drive your car before adding more power. Pretty please.

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    for nothing other than the "bling" factor, get the Omori Turbine RPM gauge to see just how fast those blades are spinning!!

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