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Old 03-28-2003, 08:43 PM   #1
T33
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I just ordered 45mm Omoris from j-spectuning.com - awesome source for Omori gauges by the way-Thaison there is very knowledgable.
Can anyone direct me to a boost/egt/oil pressure install link for the WRX? I'll be getting the gauges soon and need to know what else I'll need/where/how to install...
Or should I just take it to the local tuning shop and have them do the install...is it hard to do?
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Old 03-28-2003, 09:28 PM   #2
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the install is not that bad. If you have never done it before, be prepared to spend around 7 - 10 hours the first session. Then you'll realize that you'll need more parts. And three months later, after all the parts arrive, you're done.

that's what I did.

First, go search for oil pressure gauge install at http://www.scoobymods.com. There should be at least 2 guides on oil pressure. You'll need more parts to install this.

You can search on nasioc for boost gauge install. you will notice the omori boost T is not big enough. Look for a replacement at either autozone or buy a brass T from omori (i get you the part number later).

Then the egt requires drilling into your exhaust manifold... I had a mod friendly dealer do this for me (Exeter Subaru in NH).

If you have more specific questions, keep searching and reading, pm me or post back here.
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