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    Recommended boost guage

    Looking to get a accurate/reliable boost guage, what do you guys reccomend. Dont want to buy a cheap one if it isnt going to be consistent, on the other hand dont want to spend more than i need to either.

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    allways used these in the past and found them to be very acurate ok this is a us link but sure you can get them in the uk (got mine off ebay)
    http://www.racingworks.com/greddy_boost_e.htm
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    cheers fella will check out flea bay for these..

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    I like the look of the prosport/autoguage stepper guages. I am getting a set for christmas - a present for my car :-)
    They are around £50 each, they look really smart with the start up sequence and the led clear look. The reviews on the net say they are accurate and reliable so thats what i'm going for! You can get normal cheap prosport/autoguage guages for around £20 but the more reliable, better looking, better spec'd models are around £50 each.

    Anyone know any thing about these?
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    All i know is i'm getting prosport guages aswell

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    STACK for me

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    Quote Originally Posted by GeordieBandit View Post
    STACK for me


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    Ive been looking into getting a boost gauge and quite like the autogauge stepper series sounds pretty reliable for the money tx have them on there website £50 quid

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    Cheers guys for your response given me a couple of more to checkout.
    like the look of the stack guage dannysport, looks cool in your vid..

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    You get what you pay for people always spend more for a good one cheap ones are crap I have a few then went to Stack

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