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    New EVO gauges installed

    About two weeks ago I found out that Prosport had released a new line of Digital Pro Series gauges and I loved the look of them. I found Prosport running a couple feeler auctions on ebay and I ended up getting an EGT gauge for under $100.00. Once it came in I fell in love with the look. I got ahold of Austin at STM and had him order me a complete set.

    Oil pressure
    Water temp
    Electronic Boost
    Fuel Pressure
    Volt

    I got them in within a week drop shipped directly from Prosport:



    I pulled my old Prosports out and wired in the new ones this week. I finished up the install today and they look amazing. I believe I am the first person to have this series of gauges installed. I have them wired to stay on Blue all the time.



    Here is a video of them installed and functioning. The engine is still torn down from the 60k so this is just the opening ceremony and powered up. Volt gauges is fluctuating as I have the charger hooked up re-charging the battery.



    Here is a link to the Prosport website with the information about the gauges and which ones they have available: Prosport Gauges Evo series gauges, digital gauges

    Check it out on Youtube!!


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    Those are sick dude...deff want some in red

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    How much for all the gauges Greg? Did they come with senders too?

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    Looks good. When you replaced the three stock in-dash gauges with the prosports, did they fit right in the dash openings or did you have to fab a way of mounting them in there?
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    Little over $400.00 for all gauges and yes they came with senders.

    Luckily they are the same sending units as the other series gauges so I didn't have to swap out the senders/wiring. Just had to wire in the Fuel and Boost as my old FP gauge was Autometer and the boost gauge used a vacum line not an actual sensor.

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    You have to gut and grind out the stock housing to mount the gauges in the stock locations. There are threads out there somewhere about how to do this and it's common for anyone mounting any type of gauge in the stock location

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    Like i said on facebook, i really like the way they look, and judging by the way they look your gonna set a new trend i think.

    If anyone else is interested in these PM me, we have not added them to he site yet, but we can do a little better than the prices on prosports website most of the time, especially if you buy more than one guage at a time.

    -Ricer Evo 8: 8.75 @ 166 Best MPH of 167. Quickest 4G63 Powered Evo in The US!!!
    -Chris Cessna's Stock short block Evo 8: 9.76@150 Worlds Fastest Stock Motor Evo 8 and First Stock Block In The 9's!
    -Shawna's DD Evo 8: 9.97@143.88 Best MPH of 145 Full leather interior, A/C, navigation, stock brakes, cruisin 9's in style
    -Cory's Stock 7 bolt talon: 10.3@136 No crank walk here...
    -STM Stock turbo/motor Stealth RT: 10.95@127 Worlds Quyickest/Fastest and most powerful Stock turbo/ motor 3S
    -James STM built Pump gas Evo8 stock motor: 10.2@137 Stock long block, and only on pump gas!
    -Mike Faggiano Evo3 16g stock motor 1g 11.0@124 just a 16g knockin on 10's door.
    And the list goes on...

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    Very nice

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    Another question: Are these gauges noisy like people have been saying about the new AEM analog gauges?

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