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New gauges installed...pics inside

Here are a couple pics of my new gauges.

This one is a little blurry for some reason
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looks great!!
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Those look awesome did you do it all yourself?
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Those look awesome did you do it all yourself?
I had the pod painted but I did all the rest.
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How hard was it to hook it all up and run all the wires up the a-pillar?
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a 100 psi boost guage? dang. Also do you have pre and post turbo EGT? I wanna do that sometime.
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How hard was it to hook it all up and run all the wires up the a-pillar?
Not really hard, just time consuming, mainly because I'm picky.

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a 100 psi boost guage? dang. Also do you have pre and post turbo EGT? I wanna do that sometime.
They didn't have the 60 psi gauge in stock so they gave me that one for the same price. I'm running both pyros pre-turbo, one off each bank.
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They didn't have the 60 psi gauge in stock so they gave me that one for the same price. I'm running both pyros pre-turbo, one off each bank.
Thats even better. does each manifold stay pretty close tothe same temp?
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I'm running both pyros pre-turbo, one off each bank.
that's a good idea
gives you an average. any gauges that can automatically average the two pyros together?

looks like they match factory lighting. they match just as good in person?
and are they accurate?
i'm just lookin at all the options. getting some this summer.
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Thats even better. does each manifold stay pretty close tothe same temp?
I have to get a probe for the 2nd EGT gauge. I just went ahead and wired everything up so all the lights worked. I will post readings when I get the 2nd probe.

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that's a good idea
gives you an average. any gauges that can automatically average the two pyros together?

looks like they match factory lighting. they match just as good in person?
and are they accurate?
i'm just lookin at all the options. getting some this summer.
They look identical to factory. In my opinion, DiPricol makes one of the best gauges out there.
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