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  • Best gauges on the market?

    Looking to replace the factory triple gauges on my TT 370Z. What are the best gauges brand or model to get in terms of reliability and accuracy?

    I am looking at boost gauge, wideband/AFR, and oil temp gauge, maybe also fuel pressure.

    I like the look of the Tanabe Revel VLS Oled gauge, but I hear they have issues and may not be the most accurate. Can anyone confirm?

    Google results typically seem to say glowshift as being the top choice from reviews. They look Ok. Then my next choice is the innovate DB series, they look pretty nice to me. Obviously, I want reliability aswell. Can anyone chime in here please? Thanks.

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    I have only used Auto Meter. Never had any issues with those.
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      Autometer does work nicely; but I'm a big fan of TechEdge for my wideband.
      Realistically, the gauges don't matter much, even the $5 ones from china are within a 1% accuracy these days (resistors and low ESR caps are cheap now).
      The difference usually comes in what's FEEDING the gaugaes, the 'control box' if you will.

      Haltech modules for example, put out a very accurate signal.

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        Consider Defi, expensive JDM but good. I had STi Genome defi boost guage on my old WRX and it was awesome, matches the cluster perfectly.

        https://www.defi-shop.com/category/products/

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          Originally posted by Master_Scythe View Post
          Autometer does work nicely; but I'm a big fan of TechEdge for my wideband.
          Realistically, the gauges don't matter much, even the $5 ones from china are within a 1% accuracy these days (resistors and low ESR caps are cheap now).
          The difference usually comes in what's FEEDING the gaugaes, the 'control box' if you will.

          Haltech modules for example, put out a very accurate signal.
          Cheap tachometers tends to be garbage.
          I have no real experience on other cheap gauges.
          1982 Ford Taunus

          1984 Ratty Oldsmobile Custom Cruiser

          1963 Oldsmobile Super 88

          1974 Chevrolet El Camino

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