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i just bought a cold air intake, a intercooler system &
a engine transmission oil cooler for my 1997 Mitsubishi Eclipse gsx automatic
what type of guages would i need to monitor the safety of my car now?

boost, oil pressure, volts, air/fule ratio? id appreciate any help, thank you

also, how do i read them to know if there is a problem or everything is fine with my car? any help would be nice
 

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I feel that boost , wideband, and oil pressure are a must!! I also run volts and fuel pressure. My voltage gauge actually came in handy the other day when I was having some issues. But honestly it's up to you what you want to monitor and what you'll be using the car for etc. Like I said the three I stated I feel are very important.
 

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thank you guys so much, yeah, i think ill actually go with the 4 all around. Boost, air/fule ratio, transmission temperature &volts, thank you guys :)
 

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Looking for input in and suggestions on a Boost gauge OBDII, it’s going on a car with a smaller turbo but still would like it on the dash,Sarkari Result Pnr Status 192.168.1.1 I found a vehicle specific dash mount for it but I’m clueless on the gauge it self, again id rather have a OBDII gauge and not one that relies on a vac line
 
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