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Auto Meter Sport Comp II 20 PSI Boost/Vac Gauge - Mechanical (08-20 All)

Item CH2562
AmericanMuscle no longer carries the Auto Meter Sport Comp II 20 PSI Boost/Vac Gauge - Mechanical (08-20 All).
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Features & Details

  • Sport Comp II Series
  • Black Face with White Markings
  • Silver Bezel with Orange Pointer
  • Size: 2-1/16" (52.4mm)
  • Range 30 inHg to 20 PSI
  • Mechanical
  • Made in the U.S.A.
  • Fits all 2008-2020 Dodge Challengers Models
Sport Comp II Series. The Auto Meter Sport Comp II gauges are styled after the original Sport-Comp series, but now have a black face with easy to read white markings. Additional features include an attractive silver bezel and a bright orange pointer. Functional Style. The Auto Meter "Sport Comp II" boost/vacuum gauge not only looks great in a force inducted Challenger, but is also a crucial part of monitoring critical engine systems. The gauge also includes green and red bulb covers so you can choose which light color suits your Challenger's style best. Boost/Vac Pressure. This Auto Meter Boost/Vacuum Pressure gauge is the popular 2-1/16" full sweep style gauge that accurately measures your system from 30 In Hg (vacuum) to 20 PSI (boost). Made in the U.S.A. All Auto Meter products are proudly made in the USA to the highest standards from the highest quality materials and components available to assure a long trouble free life. Application. This mechanical Auto Meter Sport Comp II boost/vacuum gauge is perfect for any force inducted 2008-2020 Dodge Challengers models.

Technical Notes. Includes 6 feet of tubing and 1/2" NPT adapter/fitting.

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