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Old 06-21-2013, 09:28 PM   #1
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Best gauges to get for FI

I figured a wideband air/fuel ratio gauge, a boost/vac gauge. But what else should be a necessity?? I'd like to have 2 more gauges so what should they be??? And also mechanical or electrical??
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Fuel pressure and water oil temp would be on my list oil pressure is nice too

Oil temp and pressure if going turbo/non self contained blowers

IAT would be fun but not too important
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Fuel pressure is a must if you are going boosted. Also oil pressure and water temp are pretty much mandatory for any setup. Mechanical if you can for the oil and water.

You should be running at least 5 gauges for a boosted app:

-Water
-Oil
-Fuel Press
-Boost/Vac
-Wideband
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Fuel pressure is a must if you are going boosted. Also oil pressure and water temp are pretty much mandatory for any setup. Mechanical if you can for the oil and water.

You should be running at least 5 gauges for a boosted app:

-Water
-Oil
-Fuel Press
-Boost/Vac
-Wideband
Oh ok well thank you and mechanical for the oil pressure and water temp but what about the fuel press, boost and wideband??
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Oh ok well thank you and mechanical for the oil pressure and water temp but what about the fuel press, boost and wideband??
I use mechanical for my fuel pressure and boost and electricial for my wideband
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I use mechanical for my fuel pressure and boost and electricial for my wideband
Oh ok yeah I see on AM they sell the mechanical boost but all I see for fuel pressure is full sweep electric?? Is that still accurate??
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