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There was a post awhile back saying to stay away from these.

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i posted about that same set up earlier I plan on calling the company and talking to them
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go with some namebrand from one of our vendors.

I've installed a few "offbrands" and it's a lot easier (especially if this is your first time) to just get it all right the first time.

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Yeh - kits aren't always as "complete" as they say they are.

Once I got a kit that had a 4ft boost tube - you need almost 6ft for our superduties LOL

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My friend has Glow-shift in him Mustang. It's alright, but I know he said the install wasn't all that fun... Go autometer no questions asked, and good gauges too!


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Wheres the cheapest place to get the autometer set with the pillar?
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Make a post in the vendor forum... they'll set ya up!

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