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This is a discussion on STi Guages within the Interior Mods forums, part of the Tech & Modifying & General Repairs category; Ok, i want to have the 3 guage cluster for my new STi... but is it worth it to get ...

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    STi Guages

    Ok, i want to have the 3 guage cluster for my new STi... but is it worth it to get the factory 3 guages and change the unit to a larger one to fit 52mm guages? my thought it is would be alot easier to change it when the wires for the guages are already there.
    And i really like that Defi 60mm cluster... so maybe ill put them in...

    But my question is would it be cheaper to put the new cluster in myself all aftermarket or should i got with stock ones then convert it?

    And also.... what co. has the guages that do the start up thing (goes to max, then back down) like the STi's do... cause if i have them all that way it would look sweet.

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    Well one good site to get it is or you could try also. Just my opinion it would be nice if you want more of the sportier look inside the car (rather than the clock) and about installing it well if you got the $$ let the Subaru dealership handle it better be sfae than sorry.
    Last edited by 5'7 Assassin; 04-21-2003 at 10:10 AM.
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    Defi gauges will do that startup thing, and they are a pretty good match for the STi instrument bezel. They also happen to be just about the most expensive gauges out there, but they are very nice.
    I would recommend doing this completely aftermarket, because the probes that will come with your Defi gauges will be much more accurate than the stock setup.
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