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This is a discussion on stock wrx sti gauges within the Interior Mods forums, part of the Tech & Modifying & General Repairs category; i just recently got a 2005 wrx sti. When i bought it the only gauge that was in there is ...

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    stock wrx sti gauges

    i just recently got a 2005 wrx sti. When i bought it the only gauge that was in there is a boost gauge and the other two are empty. I was wondering what are he other stock 2 gauges that went there and were i can buy them at.

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    The other two are most likely aftermarket. The Lamco boost gauge is the only gauge that came from the factory man.

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    The 3 pod gauge holder is most likely aftermarket as well.

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    I just added gages to my 09 WRX recently.

    First, determine how big the holders are, then check to see that boost gage actually works (connection etc) and then see if you like the current gage and/or the cluster or pod that is installed currently.

    If you like the gage, get more to match. If NOT....then buy DEFI gages! I love mine! If you like the holder/pod...just fill in the holes...if NOT....then buy an A-pillar pod! I love mine!

    I just did an A-pillar double 52mm gage install and could not be happier with the results. Check out my album. It has a few pics!

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    Whatever you do stay away from glowshift.. They cause way to much of a headache. I'd go with defi or aem.

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    The only stock gauge Subaru offers is boost.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 02_Subie View Post
    Whatever you do stay away from glowshift. They cause way to much of a headache. I'd go with defi
    Cant comment on the first two statements, I have no relevant experiences. However, DEFI gages are sick!!! I love mine. Got 2 of them in the A-Pillar.
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    COBB AP Stage 2 SF 91 LWG - Hella Supertones - Kartboy ST Shifter - Kartboy Front and Rear Endlinks - COBB Catted DP - Invidia N1 Street Ti Duals - COBB Turbo Heat Shield - COBB SF Air Intake w/ Box - Morimoto TSX-R HID Retrofit w/LED Halo - DEFI Racer Red 52mm Gauges(A-pillar) - Exedy Stage 1 Clutch w/ Exedy Lightweight Flywheel - Killer B Oil Pick-Up w/ Baffle - Perrin Transmission Mount - BC Racing BR Series Coilovers

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