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Ford Racing Gauge

Hello everybody I am finally going to get my head gasket, studs etc. underway. I am planning on adding an sct tuner when to job is finished. I have the CTS and i want to get the egt and fuel psi deal. (Forgot what edge calls it) As for boost monitoring I am leaning toward the Autometer Ford Racing 0-60 psi mounted on the steering column. I like to look, but it doesn't seem to be a popular choice. I was wondering if anybody had a picture of the gauge at night. Could that be why it is not a popular choice? Thanks for your help.

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