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    what is this for?

    I just received my 2005 sti.Imported it from the united states. It came with this hole in the cluster?? does anybody know what was suposed to be there? the boost gauge is on the other side. any ideas?

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    The bezel fitted onto your vehicle is not a Subaru factory piece; it's aftermarket and intended to hold two gauges of the owner's choice.
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    Quote Originally Posted by SD_GR View Post
    The bezel fitted onto your vehicle is not a Subaru factory piece; it's aftermarket and intended to hold two gauges of the owner's choice.
    thanks, what would be the best gauge to put in there? A/F ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by maurim3 View Post
    thanks, what would be the best gauge to put in there? A/F ?
    If you have boost on the other side, that's what I'd do.

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    That's a small horizontal cup holder.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Trainrex View Post
    That's a small horizontal cup holder.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Trainrex View Post
    That's a small horizontal cup holder.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Trainrex View Post
    That's a small horizontal cup holder.
    Previous owner's morning communte was one heck of a steep descent.

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    Quote Originally Posted by maurim3 View Post
    thanks, what would be the best gauge to put in there? A/F ?
    If you already have a Boost Gauge I'd Recommend the Air to Fuel as well. Yet, if you do have a Boost Gauge if it's the small one with the black background (someone help me with the brand). I'd recommend replacing it as those are not exactly accurage.

    As for the A/F Gauge I would highly recommend getting something that is extremly accurate. A little more pricy but down the road it will payoff when tuning. Check out
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