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This is a discussion on Prosport Gauges peak/warn vs. non Q&A within the Interior Mods forums, part of the Tech & Modifying & General Repairs category; Originally Posted by wrxjdm For prosport gauges, How much is the discount? 10% off your entire order !!...

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    Quote Originally Posted by wrxjdm View Post
    For prosport gauges, How much is the discount?
    10% off your entire order !!

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    these look like nice gauges, but what's the deal with the absolute pressure measurements? just seems like comparing to atmosphere would be better, but my engineering background is limited at this point...
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    is the discounts still applies??

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    Quote Originally Posted by maxpyne View Post
    is the discounts still applies??
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