Good-Win Racing Mazda Performance Parts

Boost Gauge -1 to 2.4BAR w/Analog Face

1990-2005

Miata 1990-2005 · Gauges


Part Number: 61-1076

Application: 1990-2005

Price: $169.99

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Boost Gauge -1 to 2.4BAR w/Analog Face
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WHAT IT DOES
AEM s 0-2.4BAR Boost Gauge unites unsurpassed accuracy, speed and control with an easy to read, analog interface. The AEM analog gauge also offer a 0-5v analog output for use with data loggers and virtually any engine management system, such as the AEM EMS or FIC.

WHY YOU WANT ONE
The AEM 2.4BAR Boost Gauge gives the non-standard tuners a metric option when wanting to know their boost. The 320 degrees of resolution makes it easy to recognize when there's even a tenth of a point change in boost pressure, quickly showing you something has changed in your set up or boost controller. The lightning fast needle movement is a result of a precision high speed electronic stepper motor making it one of the fastest and most accurate gauges available. A 3.5BAR brass sensor gives the gauge its accuracy. The backlighting is user adjustable to 7 colors, allowing users to easily match the metric boost gauge gauge to most factory gauge clusters. Each gauge comes with interchangeable black and silver bezels and black and white gauge faceplates for multiple color combinations.

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