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    boost gauge:elec or mech?

    I am looking at the greddy gauges, I am getting my exhaust installed tomorrow and thought it may be a good idea to do a boost gauge at the same time, should I pay a little extra and have a pro install it or save a couple bux and do it myself?
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    diy

    a boost gauge is one of the easier gauges to intall. definately diy. you'll appreciate it more. and you'll save some cash.

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    you can install it
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    mechanical=easy.... electronic=easy. Save a few bucks

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