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Old 07-20-2012, 05:52 PM
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Pillar gauges question

I'm looking at autometer gauges for my 02 psd and I was suggested boost tranny and egt gauges. For the boost will 30 or 60 psi be better, for the tranny and egt what should I get

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Old 07-20-2012, 06:00 PM
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I'm looking at autometer gauges for my 02 psd and I was suggested boost tranny and egt gauges. For the boost will 30 or 60 psi be better, for the tranny and egt what should I get

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30 psi boost gauge is fine for a stockish truck. 1600 degree pyro is sufficient also
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Alright thanks what about the tranny gauge. And after what nods would the 60 be needed

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The standard 250 degree trans temp gauge is fine. As for getting over 30 psi of boost, I figure you'd have to at least have an aftermarket turbo...

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Alright thanks I don't plan on putting on a new turbo any time soon. Thanks

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