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    Official ClubWRX arms dealer SOUTHPAW's Avatar
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    Electric.
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    I have the 60mm carbon fiber autometer and it reads accurate and no problems yet (knock on wood)

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    I just bought a Blitz TT with digital boost gauge to hold me over. I will probably end up going with Greddy for boost, EGT, and oil in the factory 3-pak location this summer when I get my stage 2.
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    Originally posted by SOUTHPAW
    How do you do the install?

    It was easy... the Omoris come with a harness. Just hook up power, ground and a light.. I used the wires to the dash clock. Then there is a wire harness that goes through the firewall for the sender unit. Just hook up the sender unit at the BOV and plug it in.

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    I got the same problem, I have an Autometer and I cant trust it. Its reading way above normal boost pressures. It tops at 16psi.

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    lol, I noticed you're trying to sell your gauges. i don't think your previous post is a good advertisement.
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    Shss, apparently no serious WRX owner would like to be caught with Autometer gauges.

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