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Has anyone had any experience with the dakota digital egt/boost gauge? Also looking for pictures of them installed and possibly even a video. Thanks.
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i havn't heard of them, i will do some looking
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Anybody have any info on this? Thinking about some for the truck. Here's a link for anybody interested.

http://www.dakotadigital.com/index.c...cat/cat263.htm

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From what I have seen there is nothing wrong with them... Similar to the outlook mon. but in a gauge set up instead...

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A buddy of mine Alex (akapparos) has 2 dakota digital gauges on the a-pillar in his truck (pyro and fuel psi) I like them, they are easy to read and they function well.

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I heard they cost a little more though. Is that true?
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Seems like the boost would move to quickly to get an easy reading off of it. The site says it has a resolution of 0.2 PSI. IMO the numbers would roll so much that you couldn't get a quick reading with just a glance at the gauge. :shrug: Anybody have experience with that? That's my only concern. As for price, it seems that the combo gauges wouldn't cost much more than all the individual gauges that it would replace.

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