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does anyone make a turbo boost gauge that plugs into your obd II? new guy here I don't even know if the turbos are working I am use to the old diesels I could see the boost and hear them
 

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Well my 2011's are quiet! I can hear a little whine sometimes when I have the windows down. Also there is almost no lag which is awsome. Enjoy!
 

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Welcome, mine is tuned and I have an AFE Stage 2 CAI as well if you want to hear them scream thats the way to achieve it... No boost gauge needed lol.
 

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Those gauges are pretty slick. How do they mount and how are they powered?
They are powered from the OBDII port. You can mount them in a pillar pod, or in the AC vent. Pretty much any standard gauge mount will work.

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I run tq pro app on a droid device ($5.00 app) and an OBD2 bluetooth dongle...you can clear codes and select a custom gauge layout (ie: boost/afr/timing/exhaust temps, etc.).
 

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Its really not complicated to run a boost gauge setup, the only problem I had was finding a 12v accessory source that turned on with ignition, which I used #38 in the passenger side fuse box. I run a Roush Mechanical gauge and vent pod.



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