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    Would this be ok

    Would this boost gauge be ok for my Turbo?

    http://www.demon-tweeks.co.uk/produc...code=STAST3511

    And this one for the oil

    http://www.demon-tweeks.co.uk/produc...code=STAST3301

    Not sure what to get for the 3rd gauge yet? I also don't understand why some of those gauges are Mechanical and some are Electrical? Whats the best ones to pick between the two kinds? Cheers

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    depending wot boost you runnin for 1 and as for price its weeeeeeeh over the top £119 plus 15% vat

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    oh and dont forget you will need a oil pressure switch 2

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    stack are one of the best names in automotive gauges therefore the price is actually not bad at all.

    I know Mark aint goin for daft power so the boost one will be more than adequate

    as for mech/elec - basically electrical wins hands down everytime for me - a sandwich plate sits between oil pump and oil filter, built in sensor feeds information down a wire to the gauge..... mechanical ones have an oil feed iirc so a pipe with oil behind the dash - could get very messy if it goes tits up

    i could be wrong though...

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    Cheers for that. So maybe this one then since it's electrical?

    http://www.demon-tweeks.co.uk/produc...code=STAST3211

    Thats the top price for an electrical one I can find by them in the link above, and not a bad price. Cheaper than the one I was looking at earlier. As for power I won't be running alot, max I might go is about 240-250bhp.

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    for the boost gauge i would go for one in psi rather than bar as you can see what it is reading better if you have a problem

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    Hmm, can't seem to find a Spa one with PSI on it. Anyone recommend a decent gauge with PSI on it?

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    hello mate, this is a boost/oil in 1 so only have to have 1 mount, on your dash, and read's it's psi,http://www.demon-tweeks.co.uk/produc...pcode=P/EDG217
    hope this was some help, paul
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    Cheers Paul, taking a look now

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    I have a stack one in the zaffy
    the -30inHg to +30 PSI
    Catalogue Part Number(s): (ST3512)

    looks nice

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