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I've just fitted this to my trackday Sprint, i got it from Alfatune. It's a digital display with it's own independent sensors, no need for nasty boy-racer gauges on the pillar, very small and compact. It completely replaces all the stock unreliable gauges and reads oil and water temperature and oil pressure. With a bit of rearranging it fits neatly in the stock cowling. And i got a second one to fit my turbo GTV, i haven't installed it yet, but it reads boost, exhaust gas temperature and oil temperature. Really cool thing to have and extremely useful as well.
 

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I use the Pro-C Display. It's very small and easy to fit.

PRO-CHIPTUNING GmbH & Co. KG

- boost pressure
- EGT (up to 2 EGTs)
- oil temp
- intake air temp (in my Display = LLT)
- oil pressure

And a lot of other features... Sensors are not included. With a button, you can switch through the values.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Q7pGwsi7wq0
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pSadvxXQk2M
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=M0mBMd0l6As

Here is the story: http://www.stilo.info/technik/motor/turboumbau-jtd-8v-jtdm-turbolader-t36958/p276813.html#post276813
 

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Hello all

I've just fitted this to my trackday Sprint, i got it from Alfatune. It's a digital display with it's own independent sensors, no need for nasty boy-racer gauges on the pillar, very small and compact. It completely replaces all the stock unreliable gauges and reads oil and water temperature and oil pressure. With a bit of rearranging it fits neatly in the stock cowling. And i got a second one to fit my turbo GTV, i haven't installed it yet, but it reads boost, exhaust gas temperature and oil temperature. Really cool thing to have and extremely useful as well.
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can you do more info ?
price and how to buy one..
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I do prefer the PLX gauge too :)

it's not realy expensive there is one which can use OBD2 codes (nice for newer cars) and the other one can use standard aftermarket sensors :) (the second one is not that expensive for like 70 USD). On a 156 i'd probably mount it where the stock clock is.... on my car now.... well there is no place to mount any gauge at all ^^
 

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I do prefer the PLX gauge too :)

it's not realy expensive there is one which can use OBD2 codes (nice for newer cars) and the other one can use standard aftermarket sensors :) (the second one is not that expensive for like 70 USD). On a 156 i'd probably mount it where the stock clock is.... on my car now.... well there is no place to mount any gauge at all ^^
The OBD one can even use external sensors in addition to OBD..;)
re location, there are even people that have mounted it in the rearview mirror.... :)
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=acinVqfWPaM
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2iIx11F-cco
 

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Thats perfect i was in the market for one months ago done a bit of research and was not able to find one within my budget and needed boost readings i ended up buying a nexus 7 running torque app not the best due to a very slight time delay but works and was able to add a navigation app all on a 7 inch screen
 
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