2014 WRX: Possible to make boost pressure readout to center display?
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This is a discussion on 2014 WRX: Possible to make boost pressure readout to center display? within the Interior Mods forums, part of the Tech & Modifying & General Repairs category; Own a 2014 WRX without a boost gauge and I've never liked how the stock or aftermarket ones looked. Would ...

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    2014 WRX: Possible to make boost pressure readout to center display?

    Own a 2014 WRX without a boost gauge and I've never liked how the stock or aftermarket ones looked. Would it be e possible to get the boost pressure to readout to the center display where the temperature and MPG are now? For instance, add it as a fourth readout after you cycle through the two trip MPG reading? The ECU must be sampling the pressure, the hard part would be getting it to readout to the display. Is it possible? Done before?

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    I'm sure it's possible if you wire up an Arduino board or even a Raspberry Pi. You would probably need to find a new LCD display.

    I think someone else on this forum did something similar. I'll update my post if I find it.

    Edit: Here, he used an Arduino board. Clock Pod Mod
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    Check out the Ultragauge for 60ish its not bad but it doesnt respond as quick as a dedicated gauge. SMY cluster is your best bet to keep an OEM look (just my opinion)
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