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Re: Gauges?

Postby AWD Motorsports » January 13th, 2012, 9:47 am

aem are great gauges... autometer is nice for the price.......

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Re: Gauges?

Postby kripplerz » May 28th, 2012, 9:41 pm ... =7&of_id=7

If u havent bought any yet check these out Dwain (shift Performance ) said he should be getting by the end of the week. These things lookin real bad wanna get a set.

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Re: Gauges?

Postby stikid09 » June 17th, 2012, 11:06 am

is shadow a defi sub division?
or just a mock up of the BF series?

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Re: Gauges?

Postby perfectshift » June 20th, 2012, 12:57 am

Before investing in gauges, it's important to understand how gauges work to make sure you get the right gauge for your vehicle and your needs. Defi, Shadow, Autobahn88, Autometer offers the highest quality in performance aftermarket instruments, gauges and tachometers. They are among the most respected companies in the industry. Since these gauges are for high performance, you must understand they are extremely sensitive to the operations of your vehicle and will read the most accurate of all gauges.

With so many gauges to choose from you must first check out the wiring harness and options under your dash to see what your current electrical system can handle. If you have a stock wiring harness, you may need to improve upon this for the gauges you want. Most aftermarket auto body or tech shops can help you with this. Take the time to talk with an Shift Performance technical staff before ordering to find out the set up you need to run the gauges in the most effective and efficient way.
Choosing from their full array of lighted, colored, patterned and designer styles can be difficult-but once you find an gauge you like, you'll never go back to stock gauges again. Find an a dealer near you by visiting the ( . If you have no experience with gauge installation, it's best to leave it to the professionals, though each gauge cluster or gauge comes with full installation and warranty information, so you can install your gauges the moment they arrive.

keep in mind that only the DEFI ,Shadow and Autobahn88 come with warning ,e.g peak and memory recall. So you don't have to keep look at your gauges constantly and taking your eyes of the road.

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perfectshift who works @ Shift Performance is willing to help you if you still having problems selecting call him today @ 689-9702

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Re: Gauges?

Postby shogun » July 31st, 2012, 9:37 am

Lance wrote:I've been looking at Glowshift as well.

Any one has any experience with them?

Heard about issues with the oil pressure gauges. I've had no issues with mine so far though.


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