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Old 12-29-2012, 08:02 PM   #1
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Looking at getting a Wideband kit, Boost and Oil Pressure Gauge

A must is green digital gauges, to match the Electronic Cluster/Navigator/Systems Check in the Daytona

I am looking at the "Prosport" Brand "EVO" line of all three gauges:

PROSPORT 52mm EVO Series Digital Green / White Led Wideband Air Fuel Ratio Gauge | eBay

Any comments on these gauges, in particular the wideband?

Second in choice for wideband would be the innovate digital but I can't get green shipped to canada

Also.. I need a three gauge pod for these gauges, FWD Performance only offers a 2 gauge pod for the Daytona according to the site, any recommendations?

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Yeah 3 gauge pod, I just bought one off of eBay.
Type in ,glow shift gauge pods ,in the eBay search box, that's how I found this one.
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I seen those, how dos it fit onto the existing piller plastic, it would be cut and fibreglassed on nicely but I dont want to get something that fits terribly
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don't know, haven't put it on, it arrived the same day I put on that felpro one piece oil pan gasket. now that's why the car is for sale or trade on the site.

According to the ad on eBay, its bendable, so I'm assuming u can heat it an shape it somewhat. I was gonna cut off the lower part of my a pillar, then mood the upper piece to the pod itself, an install the AF/boost/EGT gauges I have. But, now that the car is parked and for sale, ill never know how it fits.

buying a 97 stratus with 74,000 miles on it for 2000.
Good buy? Motors in those pretty ok?

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i am putting one in my daytona, but i would like to know what people think of those also as the Prosport gauges look pretty nice
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I'm a die hard fan of digital gauges. I love them to death... Thing is , when its time to buy gauges for my car, people are already warning me not to run digital. I will be running at high boost soon and peeps are warning me that digital is not accurate for reading boost , air/fuel and so on... How true is this statement? Just like you, I also have the digital dash, 12 button nav and want to match my gauges to it .
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Im running 3 prosport evo green/white gauges in a package-- Wideband , boost/vac , and fuel pressure- Really like them and yes they are accurate- dislike that they are hard to see when in direct sunlight maybe if i wired them up to be green all the time it would be better but i like how they switch at night time to green. The Evo wideband does have an output for a datalogger but im not using that so i cant comment on how that works
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Thanks for your input 93evorider.. anyone have thoughts? Just don't want to blow $300+ on something without some good or bad input
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Im running 3 prosport evo green/white gauges in a package-- Wideband , boost/vac , and fuel pressure- Really like them and yes they are accurate- dislike that they are hard to see when in direct sunlight maybe if i wired them up to be green all the time it would be better but i like how they switch at night time to green. The Evo wideband does have an output for a datalogger but im not using that so i cant comment on how that works
can you post up a pic of the gauges in your car, i am thinking about replacing my autometer gauges for these, but dont know
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i wouldnt buy this from hong kong as this may be a knock off and you really dont want a knock off as it may be very poorly built, they are only a few bucks more on there website as thats were i would recommend getting it from
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After much research I didn't like most of the comments made about the Prosport EVO wideband, mainly that the gauge stops working or doesn't work right, so I went with the Innovate gauge because I didn't find any bad things about them yet.



I did get the Prosport EVO green boost gauge though because I couldn't find any other green digital gauge. The risk is a bit less because it cost 1/4 that of the widband, I will give a review here when I get it and install it for those interested.

I have to say though the Prosport EVO gauges look really cool, but quality doesn't sound up to par...

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so I went with the Innovate gauge because I didn't find any bad things about them
I hope you have better luck.
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Ironic, we will see, belive it or not that is better than what I read about the Prosport however.

AEM appearance wise is displeasing, make a green digital gauge and I would buy it.
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Have had great luck with my Innovate setups. I did have an issue with the XD-16 gauge I got from them, 1 email had a reply 10 minutes later. They had me try a couple things and after that didn't work got me an RMA right away. And I bought it 2nd hand. They sent me a whole new gauge.
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i would go with the AEM, as i have used the standalone computers and gauges in my 3000gt and my conquest and never had a issue with them
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