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    SPT vs Defi Boost Gauge

    Which would you recommend and why? Does anyone have experience with both?

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    Depending on when you want to buy. I can give you a review next weekend because i just ordered the Defi boost gauge today.
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    Defi

    SPT has had issues
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    Quote Originally Posted by EJ257 View Post
    Defi

    SPT has had issues
    Does the SPT have the dimmer?

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    Sorry, does the Defi have a dimmer?

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    SPT vs Defi Boost Gauge

    Yes. The Racer series has a set dimming point that it switches to when your lights turn on.
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    What is the website you guys have been ordering your defi gauges from?

    Do most of you guys use the racer series or the higher end series that requires the use of the control unit?

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    Love the SPT. It matches perfect. Is easier to install and has harnesses that just clip in to the existing 12v sources. AND it dims in unison with the dash off the dash control.
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    i went from prosport gauges to defi.. i'll never go back. the defi gauges are great. very bright and clear. also very accurate.

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    I ordered mine from a Vendor on here. FlatlineMotorsports, call up Mason and he'll hook you up.
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