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    Pro sports boost gauge

    Anybody tried running one of these pro sport boost gauges? It says it's electronically sent instead of thru a vaccuum line...? Will that work for a ski?

    I m trying to match my red innovate dB gauge to be completely black when not in use. Any other suggestions?

    Will be mounting it in the ld racing under steering pod





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    I've used a pro sport boost gauge on my car before, nice and responsive and good looking. The vac line goes to a sender with a wire out to the gauge.

    Not sure about how they will hold up in an aqueous environment..
    Nice feature is the peak recall..

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    Where can this be purchased?

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    Gauge from silicone intakes and the under steering pod from PWC muscle. The websites look to be on the picture

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    Quote Originally Posted by fastrxp215 View Post
    Gauge from silicone intakes and the under steering pod from PWC muscle. The websites look to be on the picture

    Sent from my XT1254 using GreenHulk PWC Performance Forums mobile app

    Did you end getting this gauge? If so what are your thoughts?

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    I used dynotune boost Guage on my last build. You can special order it waterproof for an extra 10 buck, just don't get red cause you can't see it in the sunlight.

    https://www.dynotunenitrous.com/stor...p?idproduct=20
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dockside View Post
    I used dynotune boost Guage on my last build. You can special order it waterproof for an extra 10 buck, just don't get red cause you can't see it in the sunlight.

    https://www.dynotunenitrous.com/stor...p?idproduct=20
    Thanks Dockside

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    You're welcome... cheers!!!

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    I've used the Glow Shift digital boost gauge for several years without any issues. Most of the newer gauges are electronically controlled. Vacuum line runs to a sensor that feeds the gauge. I haven't had any problem as for as getting wet. The AFR gauge is an Innovate. I ride pretty hard and also spray them down when I wash the ski. No problems so far. I also sell the carbon fiber mirror gauge pods.
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