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This is a discussion on gauges within the New Member Hangout forums, part of the Community - Meet other Enthusiasts category; gotta 02 wrx was looking into the glowshift gauges....boost, oilpress, and vacum....was ready something about make sure there wideband?....i dont ...

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    gotta 02 wrx was looking into the glowshift gauges....boost, oilpress, and vacum....was ready something about make sure there wideband?....i dont think glowshifts are whats the deal with that and what would be my best route to go about?

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    There's a reason they're called Glowsh*t, because they're crap. If you can even get them to work properly in the first place, chances are they won't read right, and they're not going to last very long.


    Wideband is only refering to an O2 gauge. And you're talking about boost and vacuum? That's the same gauge.

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    whats a good brand gauge out there that is relatively cheap?

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    Defi, Omori, Zeitronics.. Autometer's fairly cheap. I would go with Defi personally, but you also have to buy a control unit to use the gauages.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MainFrame
    I would go with Defi personally, but you also have to buy a control unit to use the gauages.
    Not all Defi lines require the controller; my Racer series don't.
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