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What gauges before mods.

NewB here. Quick question about gauges. Which gauges to get? Looking at ISSPro EV2 Pyro and Boost. What else do the seasoned vets here suggest. Oh and I have the 5spd manual tranny.

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tranny gauge and or fuel pressure...have heard some people prefer a fuel pressure over boost gauge ,

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since you have a manual trans you dont need the trans temp gauge... if you still want to do a 3 pillar gauge setup i would go with fuel pressure. Diesel Gauge Kits


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So nothing about oil pressure gauge since the HPOP is kinda suspect. And I know the fuel pressure is HUGE on the Cummins but not so with the PSD?? I also am baby sitting the wifes 01 cummins - big $$$ mods there to keep it alive.

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