Mechanical boost gauges have become the staple in boost pressure monitoring for all types of engines, gasoline, diesel, or otherwise. Ultra-precise bourdon tube meter movement ensures accuracy and durability not seen anywhere else in the industry. A simple 1/8" NPT pressure connection requires no electrical hookup for operation. Includes 1/8" NPT fittings and nylon line kit.
Auto Meters Ultra-Lite II Series Gauges provide all the same quick and accurate race-proven readings as the original Ultra-Lite Series Gauges, but now with LED illumination. Ultra-Lite II Series Gauges feature modern white LED through-the-dial-lighting which offers more clear visibility during nighttime use. These gauges have silver satin anodized aluminum gauge faces with black accents, which at night, alters the face of the gauge to black face illumination. These gauges are available in digital, electrical or mechanical versions and are perfectly well-suited for nearly any street or race vehicle.
- Quick and accurate readings
- Race-proven core instruments
- Modern white LED through-the-dial-lighting
- Silver satin anodized aluminum gauge faces with black accents
- Black face illumination at night
- Digital, electrical or mechanical versions
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