Anyone installed any gauges yet

Discussion in 'Fiesta ST Interior Upgrades' started by ziggyst, Sep 27, 2013.

  1. ziggyst

    ziggyst Member

    i haven't received my FiST yet but i want to put a boost gauge, anyone installed one yet? any good places on the dash or vacuum lines to tee into?
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  3. wash

    wash Active Member

    I think the Cobb Accessport is the best way to get gauges, a shift light, data logging and ECU tuning all in one shot.

    The fast and furious look is very 2001.
  4. ziggyst

    ziggyst Member

    what is the cobb accessport? i just mean a clean install, subtle, not flashy gauges up the side lol
  5. COBB

    COBB Active Member

  6. ziggyst

    ziggyst Member

    cool thanks!
  7. D1JL

    D1JL Well-Known Member

    I want to install a few things however what is holding me back are wiring diagrams.
    The shop manual will not be available until December.

    I need the ECU pin outs as well as the Sony head unit.
    If anyone has access to these, any assistance would be greatly appreciated.

  8. To be honest, every turbo/supercharged car should have a boost gauge. Especially one with 21psi.
    reddog99 likes this.
  9. wash

    wash Active Member

    That sounds cool but are you really going to look at your gauge when you are at full boost? Do you need a gauge to tell you that you lost boost if suddenly you have none?

    It would have been nice but my butt tells me what I need to know even when I have my eyes on the road.
  10. ziggyst

    ziggyst Member

    just thought it would be nice to have a clean gauge set up somewhere on the dash
  11. reddog99

    reddog99 Active Member

    For those of you who want a boost gauge, the Ultragauge is supposed to support this.

    For those of you who have an old Ultragauge that you wish to use in the ST, don't !!!
    I found out the hard way that the old version will prevent the newer model Ford's computer from sleeping when the key is off. This will cause the battery to be drained overnight. I got up this morning to find my battery down to 4.5 Volts.

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