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Old 08-14-2012, 01:29 PM   #1
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Hat are the top 3 must gave gauges?

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The best gauges by far are the aeroforce gauges. And you don't need another gauges one or two are force gauges will tell you anything you want to know. Unless you have blower and want a boost gauge( which I don't know why you would since you already know how much boost your making).
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Are you asking about brand or physical gauges?
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Actual physical gauges first then brand. I'm going to put either a two or three pod but don't which are the most advantageous.
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Like the gauges that go up the a-pillar? (that's the pillar that is between your windshield and driver window)
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Yeah, I think he's talking about the "A pilar". I stray away from stuff like that. They make for a smash and grab. It's happened to me before.
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Yes, a-pillar pod gauges.
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Best bang for the buck and all around good gauges are aeroforce gauges. You can actually monitor to different settings on one gauge. So if you get the two pillar with two gauges you can monitor 4 different modes. Everything else I think are all individual gauges with needles and can get expensive. IMO
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Thanks. I was looking at it on AM. I think I'll wait till it goes on sale.
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