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AEM Electronics X-Series Boost Gauge 52mm
Features & Product Details
RallySport Direct is proud to carry the AEM X-Series Gauges. These feature a new slim profile design that provides them with more mounting options in your interior.
On this page, you are looking at the AEM X-Series Boost Pressure Gauge which is a great way to monitor your boost pressure in a fast and reliable fashion.
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REVIEWS & CUSTOMER MEDIA
My 02 wrx came with a stock boost gauge which is neat but the function and look of it wasn’t great. This new gauge is clean and really easy to read. I highly recommend if you are looking for a replacement or a boost gauge in general. My only gripe is the price.
I Installed it on my 2011 WRX STI. Quite easy to install once you find where and how to run the cables from to engine bay to the cabin. I am not a gauge expert, but seems to be good quality stuff and works great! If you plan to install this gauge or any other X-Series gauge to an SMY gauge pod (https://www.rallysportdirect.com/part/pods/smy-smyclstr1-smy-clustermaker-dual-gauge-pod-52mm), you will need to do some DIY in order to make it fit in the gauge housing. I designed and 3D printed an adapter to help in the fitment process, see attached pictures. Just bolt the gauge on the adapter with the supplied nuts, then put the supplied rubber band on the adapter and finally put the whole assembly in the gauge housing on the gauge pod. If the assembly is loose and/or moving inside the housing, just add some tape on the adapter and put the rubber band on it. The adapter 3D model is available at https://mega.nz/#!Glwk2KCT!_Pb4cDzdNkbJaCPFTrpzrUAdTB4sfwQUnk0Emkvv82M. Just print it and enjoy :)
QUESTIONS & ANSWERS
Q: Fitment Spence2 years agoWill this gauge work with a 2005 WRX? I have it and it's looking like I'm going to have to kind of fab some stuff up myself.
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A: You will need to work out a gauge mounting solution as well as a source for boost reference and power wiring to install it on your vehicle.Marcus E. @ RallySport Direct 2 years ago
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