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This is a discussion on Autometer Gauges within the Interior Mods forums, part of the Tech & Modifying & General Repairs category; Have a credit with Summit. Looking for gauges. All Summit has is Autometer.Which line of Autometer gauges are the best ...

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    Question Autometer Gauges

    Have a credit with Summit. Looking for gauges. All Summit has is Autometer.Which line of Autometer gauges are the best quailty.Are they all about the same?

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    get the cobalt series gauges, they look insane during both day and nite! good luck! oh, and I THINK those are the best ones...they are damn expensive
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    I have Lunar series...I think they're the bestest evAr. I'll take pics if you want to see how they look at nigh/day...someone else on the boards has the same setup as me (mbp sedan, a pillar, lunar series Boost/Pyrometer) as well.
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    heh, fairlady

    does not sound like a fast car, no wonder they changed the name for the US market

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    I'am not going for thr best looking, just the best quailty.Are they all made the same?

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    My sport comp works fine.
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    I have the carbon fiber series and think they look really good.

    And NO, I am not into carbon fiber everything on my car. I just think the carbon fiber series of Autometer gauges matches pretty well with the stock speedo.

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    I've had autometer in three cars and have always liked them. They seem to get a bad wrap, but I've never had any problems. I've been really happy with my Sport Comp boost gauge. I think they make some higher-end stuff, but you pay for it and don't need it.

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    I think they are are all basically of the same quality, and I feel that is very good quality. Don't listen to the domestic hatin' JDM lovin' people that say they are crap. I don't think NHRA guys would be running then if they were crap

    I love my Sport Comps.

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