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    Possibly Getting an STI Today.

    Is the performance guage cluster worth it?
    And is the Short throw worth it?
    Also, what god awful units is the boost guage in?

    I have been qouted 31,500 for an STI with the performance guages and tinting mirror and security, how much do you think I could get that down? <---SEARCHED a lot......

    Thanks for any info.

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    I would say the short throw is worth the money, but the performance gauge pack is not. You would be better off choosing gauges aftermarket if you decide you need them.

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    +1 w/ blk
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    Quote Originally Posted by BlkWRXWag
    I would say the short throw is worth the money, but the performance gauge pack is not. You would be better off choosing gauges aftermarket if you decide you need them.
    Yeah, get the short shift but your better off buying a nice set of Defi's or something. Same for boost gauge, buy it as part of a defi pack.
    Having no boost is like having never ending lag

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    +1 to everyone else, esp. the Defis.
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