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    Pictures of autometer/prosport setup

    A few pictures for you on how close the prosports match up to the stock STi gauges. I still need to figure out how to hook up the AFR sensor wire (to fill the void until I need a wideband), but the boost is up and good to go.

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    look at all that red and amber deliciousness...

    boost gauge compliments the stock equipment nicely, if i might add.
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    Why thank you. I think I lucked out on finding these gauges

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    That's a sharp looking setup!

    That's an authentic Autometer cluster pod right? How's the fit and finish compared to the stock bezel?

    I got a cheap $20 replica from eBay and there are unsightly gaps all around. It just didn't fit too good. If the genuine one fits close to stock tolerances, I may just get the real one soon.

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    Fits just like stock, and everything looks stock. No gaps.

    The stock bezel has some clips that hold it down on the bottom, not really necessary, but if you pull on it, the stock bezel is secure. The autometer one I have is nice, but doesn't come with those stock tabs on the bottom. It came with a couple metal brackets that didn't make sense on how to attach them to the car, so I left them off and haven't noticed any vibration of any kind.

    The gauges themselves look stock especially with the chrome rings.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Flex
    Fits just like stock, and everything looks stock. No gaps.

    The stock bezel has some clips that hold it down on the bottom, not really necessary, but if you pull on it, the stock bezel is secure. The autometer one I have is nice, but doesn't come with those stock tabs on the bottom. It came with a couple metal brackets that didn't make sense on how to attach them to the car, so I left them off and haven't noticed any vibration of any kind.

    The gauges themselves look stock especially with the chrome rings.
    Thanks, I guess I'll be ordering one soon.

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    Your gauges look good, sir.
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    Yummy!!!

    Would it be a big problem if I asked for some side shots? I'd like to see how they are monted to the column and if there's anyway of asjusting the angle. Is this IT? << clickable
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    But, it's blocking the high area of your speedometer! How will you know how fast you're going above 150?!?

    This is me wishing I had the STi cluster.
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    i plan on getting an STi cluster into my wrx. i have never seen one in person. does the cluster light up amber or red? in one of the pictures it looks deep red, in the other it looks orange/amberish. any info would be great. as for the gauges, i am planning on selling my green/white prosports for amber/white prosports after the cluster swap.

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