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This is a discussion on boost gauge. within the Interior Mods forums, part of the Tech & Modifying & General Repairs category; went to dealership yesterday before i get my 03 WRX with trading my civic in.. i noticed some WRX has ...

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    boost gauge.

    went to dealership yesterday before
    i get my 03 WRX with trading my civic in..
    i noticed some WRX has boost gauge from Subaru
    and some doesn't.,.i was wondering..
    if i should get one from dealership or get one aftermarket
    and install it myself?
    any pros and cons of both? help plz~
    03' C i

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    pros of a stock one - it comes with the car.

    most likely wont leak

    matches your gauges.

    cons of a stock one - they charge too much for it

    - its not in psi

    - looks cheap

    - not as accurate as others

    pros of aftermarket one - looks sweet

    - more accurate

    - in psi

    - you can mount it anywhere you want

    cons of an aftermarket one - might leak, but fixable

    - you have to install it

    - it takes time to go buy it and then install it.

    hope that helps. i went with an autometer gauge and installed it a couple days ago. i love it. it looks sweet.

    hope this helps
    wtb aftermarket parts for a wrx

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    if you find a good deal on a nice rex you like and it doesnt come with a factory boost gauge dont pass it up and just install an aftermarket gauge yourself, or you can see if the dealer will throw in the boost gauge for free or something..

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