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    Gauges

    Hi everybody!
    Just want to get some ideas that which gauges do i actually need to install to my 2014 WRX? I already had the Cobb AP v3 installed, and wanted to install additional gauges to monitor my car or just make it look cool as well! I already had the volt, RPM, boost gauges and looking for two more gauges, guys any recommendation?

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    wait what lol

    RPM? u don't have a factory tach?

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    Boost

    probably all u need

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    i don't think you need an RPM. Your tachometer is the biggest gauge in the center of the instrument cluster.
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    I like to read the digital that's why I install the digital rpm gauge

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    I do but I like to read in digital

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    hmm ok. make sure the digital has a red line then so you don't blow your engine.
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    You might as well go with something useful if you *have to have two more gauges. Wideband and a toss up between oil temp/EGT.

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    WBO2.. Innovate makes a good one.

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    Oil temp/pressure
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    Why not use the accessport?

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    Quote Originally Posted by soloz2 View Post
    Why not use the accessport?


    Because the car has no wideband oxygen sensor installed from the factory, so the AP has no way of reading that.. or oil pressure, oil temp, egt, etc. The AP will only display info that is being relayed to the ECU, nothing more.

    Plus, sometimes it's nice to have a mechanical gauge for things like boost, that way you can tell if there is something wrong with your sensor.

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    Quote Originally Posted by soloz2 View Post
    Why not use the accessport?

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    Accessport doesn't come with a sensor to pick up hot biatches.
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    I've had a boost, oil pressure and wideband gauges laying around my house waiting to be installed. I'm not good with electrical so I will need help installing these.
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    I'm about to have my oil pressure gauge installed, what is the normal oil pressure for our cars??
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