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Whats up with Isspro trying to look like glo-shift? anyone see their new guages?

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They probably want a piece of the "ricer" market. Can you blame them? Sounds like a smart business move to me!! They are still the best gauges you can buy, so comparing them to Glo Crap stops there!! . I'll keep my EV's, but no I haven't seen the new gauges. How about a link.

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Really? I love my "glo craps" they work very good. I installed them while i still had my edge attitude monitor and they read exactly the same. The "glo craps" are also half the price and much better looking. I think Isspro is trying to regain some of their lost proffit due to people buying "glo craps" instead because they work good, have good reviews and are much more affordable. ???

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Make something cheap enough and sure it will sell, doesn't mean they are quality though now doies it. Glad yours are working good for you, I also hope you can say the same thing in 5 years like I can about Isspro!!

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Has anyone out there had bad experiences with "Glo Craps", So that we have something to campare to, other than personal preferences? I'm trying to get a feel for what gauges to buy but they are expensive, and Glo shift is really affordable.
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Ive had edge, and glo crap. I really like my glo craps. for the price, Ill buy a new set every 5 years if I have to. they work good.

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I've heard a lot of bad press on the Glow Shift gauges... not working right, randomly changing colors, etc. etc. I'd rather spend the money once and be done with it... Isspro or Dipricol FTW. I have Isspro EV's and can't say anything bad about them.

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I also have ISSPRO's and they have worked great had them for almost 4 yrs now and no problems

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Whats up with Isspro trying to look like glo-shift? anyone see their new guages?
Kinda funny you say that. Isspro headquarters is right there where you are at in Portland. Michael is on here too.. one of the head electrical engineers. If you Pm him you probably could get a tour of their plant. It is pretty impressive.

I am pretty sure all the gauges that make it to our diesel trucks are all built right here at home too..

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ya Im sure Isspro and Autometer are far superior quality and worksmanship. but, im not flying a spaceship man, just need to have a good idea where my boost is at, where my trans is at, and my egts are at. I know my GloChits are accruate, ya one might poop out on me. maybe someday when Im done with buying more important things like gears and other spendy mods Ill spend the money so I can say I run Isspro.

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