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This is a discussion on My SINGLE A-Pillar Mount Boost Gauge Install! within the Interior Mods forums, part of the Tech & Modifying & General Repairs category; Thanks but what I was askin is about the custom pillar wonder where u get them.. Sorry for not making ...

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    Thanks but what I was askin is about the custom pillar wonder where u get them.. Sorry for not making it clear..

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    any pics of that gauge at night? I am going the autometer way since i dont have much money to spend on gauges. I want a black face and wante to know what the autometer gauges look like at night other than the indigo ones i've seen,

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    wrscoob: Summit Racing offers the autometer dual pod A-pillar.

    http://store.summitracing.com/partde...rt=ATM%2D22592

    dan avoN7: I dont have any night shots. I have seen plenty of pictures on here with autometer guages at night. Search around and you should find some pictures.

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    Hey Thanks man Im goin to order it today Hopefully Ill make it look like urs

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    Hey Platnum I finally Got the boost gauge. I didn't cut the pillar I just put the whole thing on. But Now my question is How is ur Gauge reading in different gear??
    Mine is when idle it stay on 19-20 Hg and when i boost on first gear sometime i get 10 to 13 on 2nd 14psi and on 3rd a lil over 14psi..
    Is this normal ????

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    would you guys suggest getting a a-pillar guage pod for the boost guage or getting the OEM one mounted on the steering colomn

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    Originally posted by wrscoob
    Hey Platnum I finally Got the boost gauge. I didn't cut the pillar I just put the whole thing on. But Now my question is How is ur Gauge reading in different gear??
    Mine is when idle it stay on 19-20 Hg and when i boost on first gear sometime i get 10 to 13 on 2nd 14psi and on 3rd a lil over 14psi..
    Is this normal ????
    That sounds about right.....during idle i am around 17-18 Hg. 1st and 2nd gear have lower boost than 3rd through 5th, around 10-12 psi. Then 3rd through 5th is around 14-15 psi.

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    Im really confused I read a treat some where said that The stock boost of the WRX is around 9 psi the highest, but our gauges said 13 to 15 psi. Is that how really stock WRX boost ???

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