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RickyTurbo11 04-18-2014 01:43 PM

Gauges
 
I have been going back and forth with Prosport gauges for almost 2 weeks now trying to get an accurate gauge. It ended today with no help from them. I am very disappointed with their company and customer service. I would absolutely not recommend them. Bad quality & bad service. So I obviously don't want to promote their company and want new gauges. I want a boost gauge and a wideband. Anyone have any suggestions of good companies? I'm thinking AEM EUGO wideband and a defi boost.

And does anyone want to buy a Prosport wideband or boost gauge? haha

boo-key 04-18-2014 07:05 PM

Aem all the way. I've got the Aem wideband, boost, and oil pressure. nothing wrong with defi either though.

RickyTurbo11 04-18-2014 07:59 PM

I hear great things about AEM. Does it match the gauges? I'd prob do the analog ones. I prefer a clean oem look which is why I wanted the prosport gauges but they suck. The defi ones are nice but they don't make a wideband and I want the gauges to match. Thanks for the input.

boo-key 04-18-2014 08:35 PM

The digital ones led readout is red. I don't know about the analog ones. All mine are digital.

RickyTurbo11 04-18-2014 09:46 PM

Does the red match the gauges? Which digital one is it?

Brockton 04-18-2014 09:55 PM

Which prosports were you using? I've had a mechanical boost gauge from them for a year with no issues, and I recently upgraded to the premium electronic boost and oil pressure gauges, other than a need for longer wiring length, I've had 0 issues with those aswell.

Also, AEM, Defi, Greddy, and Apexi all make quality top shelf gauges.

RickyTurbo11 04-18-2014 10:19 PM

The wideband I have is off. The electric boost is fine but both needles are very bouncy. They just seem poor quality and their customer service would do nothing to help me out. I did have a mechanical boost gauge from them that worked fine and did not bounce. After my experience with them they just aren't work it IMO. You get what you pay for.

boo-key 04-18-2014 10:29 PM

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[quote=RickyTurbo11;449025]Does the red match the gauges? Which digital one is it?[/quote]

I don't know because I have the ### 06 wrx green gauge lighting. Only sti had red in 06's. Terrible pic but its all I have right now. There are more pics and info in my build journal.

RickyTurbo11 04-18-2014 10:34 PM

Haha no worries thank you. I'm pretty sure I know which one you are referring too. I think I'm gonna pick up that one tomorrow and try to get this gauge with my subaru contacts. It looks the best imo
[IMG]http://artsc.ocnk.net/data/artsc/product/20130925_b3db95.JPG[/IMG]

boo-key 04-18-2014 10:41 PM

That is nice. I prefer that kind instead of digital anyway as far as function goes. The needle is easier to read cause you have an idea where it should stop. Sometimes a digital readout can become just a blur of numbers. I just wanted all mine digital so they would match the wideband.


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