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This is a discussion on turbo gauges within the Interior Mods forums, part of the Tech & Modifying & General Repairs category; I installed on my car a Blitz FATT DC2. I want to install the tube that conects to the BOV ...

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    Registered User ProblemChildWRX's Avatar
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    Lightbulb turbo gauges

    I installed on my car a Blitz FATT DC2. I want to install the tube that conects to the BOV so that the turbo gauge on the turbo timer works. The thing is that my car came with the "Subaru" turbo gauge (the one that mounts to the steering wheel). My question is: Can I mount both turbo gauges? If so, will the reading be accurate? Any ideas?

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    yea you can have more than one boost gauge. at one time i had 3 on my wrx.

    defi boost gauge
    avc-r ebc boost gauge
    utec logger boost gauge.

    they were all pretty close, but they all read in different units. i never did an exact comparison to see the variance.
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    my dtt and autometer guage both work at the same time.
    Quote Originally Posted by DTR rex

    Peter North > *

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    ebr0t, is your autometer any good? heard lots of bad things but it seems to be the only affordable one around me that I can find
    05 Crystal Gray STi
    304 hp 353 lbs on 92 octane ------> Mustang Dyno
    12.6 @ 109.2 > new numbers coming soon.

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    I installed both boost gauges and they work fine. Thanks for the tips.

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    I got a autometer boost gauge and it's still working fine. It's been in for about a year.
    http://www.cardomain.com/id/03_ej20

    03 Sedona Red Pearl Sedan

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    Just installed a FAZE from Advance Auto for 60 bucks. Looks pretty good and it's EL lit. Doesn't seem to be SUPER fast but it does Read at 0 when off and 14 in fourth gear....seems to be accurate.
    05 Crystal Gray STi
    304 hp 353 lbs on 92 octane ------> Mustang Dyno
    12.6 @ 109.2 > new numbers coming soon.

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