Yes. I am using an older ScanGauge2. I have to send it in for an update, because its older, to be able to display boost pressure. Currently I have it displaying Manifold Air Pressure. It tracks the MAP great but you have to do some simple math to know boost pressure. Basically I subtract atmospheric pressure (roughly 15psi here at sea level) from the reading to know what the actual boost is. Once I get off of my asth and send it in for the update it'll be perfect requiring no math on my part.
Thank you for the reply. I have an older ScanGaugeII that I use in my 1999 Mustang GT. It has served it duty on many different vehicles I have owned in the past. However, I ordered a new SGII for the FX$ EcoBoost. Wanted to make sure I had the most current version for reading the turbo. I did find a link to a YouTube posting of the SGII reading the turbo pressure, it is like most digital gauges in that the numbers do not display as fluid as a sweeping analog gauges does, but it is a nice simple plug and play setup. Plus the SGII offers so many gauges that can be programmed and monitored.
Well my newest and latest Scan Gauge came in the mail yesterday. I ended up paying $169 for it with the optional windshield Blend Mount. Now all I have to do is figure out how to program the Scan Gauge to read the turbo boost.