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    Guages, what to get..

    Basicly I got a stock WRX, aside from snokus removed.

    But as always, im plannin on modding down the road, so in preparation, I wanna get some guages in place to see whats going on..

    Lookin at autometeres electrical guages, I was wonder if theres any use for a "Single Channel Intake Temp. 30-300°F
    Single channel intake temperature includes temperature module and fast response thermocouple probe. (Not Shown)"

    And if I was to get that, wheres the probe go? inbetween airbox and manifold? or something?

    I already got a Mech. Boost guage, so I have two more pods to fill, but I dont want to get a guage that requires doing major modifications to the car, like a EGT, which would probably void any warranty on my car immediatly.

    Any input?

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    The temp gauge would be handy for measuring post intercooler temperature. You could drill a small hole in the IC outlet. Then you could see exactly how well your IC is working.

    I would get an EGT if you plan on modding in the future. It may be more difficult to install, but it will be worth it later on. There is no reason subaru could deny the warranty for an EGT (unless the probe broke off and destroyed the turbo).
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