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Old 01-26-2006, 06:24 PM   #1
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Default Delta dash

I am looking to get some gauges for my car. I will probably end up with egt, boost, and oil pressure. I am not a big fan of all the different gauges in the pillar and else were.

I really like the psi3 or the delta dash. the delta dash seems to be cheaper than the psi3 and from what i have read you can do more with it.

I have a cobb ap will delta dash work with my car?
will i be able to moniter EGT, boost, and oil pressure? will extra sensors be needed?
is there any advantage to having traditional gauges over the delta dash.
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Old 01-26-2006, 06:41 PM   #2
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You could get the Ecutek Dash Display unit-
However for readable boost monitoring you are better off with an analog gauge, watching a needle sweep is much easier than rapidly changing numbers on a digital display. For oil pressure you will need a separate gauge anyway, the ECU does not monitor oil pressure. The EGT readout from the ECU isn't what you want either, even if the stock probe is still in place in the uppipe. You'd need an external EGT probe.
You could also get the standard Delta Dash product and set it up with the virtual dashboard, but you'd need a PC and screen permanently mounted in the car.
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Old 01-26-2006, 09:40 PM   #3
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talk to Bill at North Coast Subaru in Glen Cove. He sells the EcuTeK monitor and can answer your questions. You should hook up the boost, oil pressure and oil temp senders to the unit. I say boost because even though the unit can read it from the ECU, the ECU only reports to like 18.3 psi. So if you spike above that you'll still only see 18.3psi.
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