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Originally Posted by Some Drunk Guy
Oh and another noob question... Why does everyone suggest gauges? Like pillar gauges s that what every one means to look at the read outs?
Everyone suggest gauges because they are the only way to monitor what your engine/tranny are doing. Back when I had an auto, I would of burnt it up if I didn't have a tranny gauge to keep it from getting to hot. I was able to keep an eye on it and either pull over or hold back on the throttle depending on the temp.
Pyro will keep you from toasting your turbo and I feel a boost gauge will let me know when I start having a problem with something or if a mod I did gives me any more power/boost.
2000 F250 Lariat, CC, Long Bed PSD, 4x4, Manual, 102K Miles 4.30 gears, Truspeed
Performance Mods: Tuned by PHP, Wicked Wheel, Gauges, AIH Delete, 5" straight exhaust, DIY Intake
Suspension: 8" Fabtech all spring lift, Fabtech Dual Front shock mounts, Fabtech Dual steering stabilizer, 17" ATX Vice, 37" Toyo M/T
1995 RC F350 Longbed 4x4, Manual, 310K miles, Downpipe, cat delete, FPR shim. (Farm Truck)