See How Much Pressure You're Making By Installing a Boost Gauge
If you've got a Forced Induction Chevrolet, you'll want to know how much vacuum or boost your car's making, whether you've got a supercharger or turbocharger. Keeping an eye on manifold vacuum lets you know that the engine's running healthily and proper and keeping an eye on how much boost you're pushing can clue you in to whether you've got a boost leak or whether that high capacity intercooler you've installed in your ZL1 is making a difference in pressure drop.
SLP offers this handsome add-on boost gauge that integrates neatly into the steering column cover and the Vacuum/Boost gauge features styling and numerations that complement the styling of your Chevy's OEM gauge cluster for a super-clean "as OEM" look.
Can modbargains install my Chevrolet Interior Upgrades?
Yes! We're highly experienced with Chevrolet models, so we're quite familiar with how to do the job right the first time. We're located in SoCal in the city of La Habra, 20 minutes from Disneyland. Since we specialize in the Aftermarket, we can do installs that the average auto shop just doesn't have the experience or expertise to handle. modbargains is a full-service automotive installer - our service department boasts three BENDPAK lifts (Coming Spring 2014), an Alignment Rack (Coming Spring 2014) and even an AWD DYNOJET Dynamometer, we can handle nearly anything. Call us at 714-582-3330 to make an appointment today!