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#26: 01-20-2013, 03:27 AM
 
 spooln30
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I've installed those Prosports gauges on customers cars before and they are junk and very annoying. Autometer gauges are always a reliable choice but their plain looking compared to gauges from other companies now days. I have Defi gauges in my Supra and I really like them but their kinda pricey. I bought mine years ago when they first came out and it seems like everyone's got them now. AEM, Blitz and Greddy are gauges that are also worth taking a look at. I will say that Innovate makes the best widebands and I have the LC-1 in my Supra and also on my Arctic Cat ATV and I've also installed probably more than 10 of them in friends and customers cars/trucks and not one of them have failed. I even got 3 years on their o2 sensor running leaded race gas before it failed. That's Damn impressive for running leaded race gas. When I switched my set up over to e85 I replaced the sensor and its been fine for 2 years. Plus the Innovate WB's use a Bosch o2 sensor which you can buy at your local auto parts store so if you ever have a problem theres no waiting for one. I believe it's off a Volkswagen can't remember the model.