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Ford Performance Center Instrument Performance Pack Boost Gauge Kit (15-22 Mustang GT w/ Performance Pack)

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      Video Review & Installation

      Hey, guys. Adam here with Today, we're taking a quick look at and installing the Ford Performance Center Instrument Performance Pack Boost Gauge kit available for the 2015 and newer Mustang GT Performance Packs with forced induction systems installed. Now, if you're the owner of that S550 with a supercharger or a turbocharger, you might be looking for a convenient way to track your boost PSI. Now, that is a very crucial part of owning a forced induction system. You want to know how much boost you're pushing at all times and this is a great way to keep things OEM. Otherwise, your options are to pick up additional boost gauges or pod pillars, which really can be a nice touch to give you a nice aftermarket look. But if you're interested in keeping things looking like it came off the with factory line, this is your absolute best bet, hands down. The really cool thing about this one here is you're retaining your oil pressure on the left here with the addition of that logo, but you're also getting a boost PSI gauge on the right in addition to the vacuum. Now, one of the cool things about this that I really like is that it retains all factory functionalities. The lights all stay the same just as they did from the OEM look, but it also retains all MyColor functionalities. That is not something you'd be able to get with an aftermarket boost gauge that will be separate on your dashboard or an A-pillar or something like that. This retains all those OEM looks. Now, this one runs just about 250 bucks which might sound high to some guys, but if you're looking to just swap them out and get that same look you had with bigger functionalities for your supercharger or turbo, that's the way to go. The installation here takes about 30, maybe 45 minutes at the most here, absolutely one out of three wrenches on our difficulty meter. And if your car is fresh off the factory line, if you've never taken off those plastic trim pieces, you might need an internal trim removal tool, very simple stuff you can get a local auto parts stores. Even with that in mind, still gets one out of three wrenches. Now, with our car here, it was very simple to take off without that tool, so I'll be showing you guys that method. With that in mind, the only other thing you would need is A T20 Torx bit and a ratchet. I'm going to show you guys the entire process from start to finish. So, let's get to it. Tools needed for this install will be a ratchet and a T20 Torx bit and it is recommended to have a trim removal tool. All right. Now, kicking of this install, we're going to start our passenger's side, so you want to get in your passenger side seating, and we're going to remove this piece of trim right by your kick panel. Once that comes off, it'll allow for your entire dashboard trim to come off. It's really just two pieces, no specialty required. Now, your directions will say a trim removal tool will help, I find it easy that you don't even really need one. Now, if yours is brand new and you've never taken this off before, having that trim tool might be useful for you if it's getting a little difficult, but by hand, it shouldn't be that much of a problem. So, what we're going to do is start here with this piece of trim, I'm gonna pry up on the top here, and it'll release a clip. Come back down on the bottom, release another clip, and from there, you'll see it starts to peel off. So, really, it's these white clips that snap into place inside those trim panels. So, once we have this done, we can set that on the floor. We're gonna do the same thing to this corner, peel off, and it snaps clips all along the side, pops them right off. Now that this side's good, right here and it releases. The same thing on the inside of here, it's lined with yellow clips. Now, I know it's tough to see, but this wire coming out of the dashboard connects to your factory gauges here. It's one pinch and you unplug it. That clip's coming off right in the center of the factory gauges. As you can see, just pinch the bottom, pull it straight back, and you're good. Now, we're going to take this whole factory trim panel over to the table and transfer over to our new Ford Performance Boost Gauges. Taking a look at the differences between our Ford Performance Boost Gauge cluster kit versus the actual factory one, there isn't a ton of differences. Obviously, there is a functionality difference between actually tracking your boost PSI. But from the factory, you're actually looking a lot like the OEM gauges here. As you can see those OEM gauges do feature those white and black striped lines at the bottom and top of each gauge, the difference being our new one is going to have a vacuum boost on the right and that same oil pressure PSI gauge on the left. Now, one thing that I do think is cool is the oil pressure gauge stays the same 100% functionality-wise, but when it comes to the actual visuals, you're now getting that oil pressure logo embedded right into the materials there. So, that is a really cool feature that adds to, you know, the aesthetic aspect of your gauge look. Now, when it comes to the vacuum and boost gauge, as you can see, there's definitely a big difference in what it tracks, going from 30 to 0 back to 30 for your boost, whereas, your factory one goes from 25 to 0 from left to right. Installing this is very, very simple stuff, we're going to flip this around and we're just going to be removing this white trim, completely identical. So, the installation is going to be exactly the same as the way we take this off. I'm going to use here a T20 Torx bit, and we're going to remove two screws from the top, two from the bottom, pop it off, use those factory hardware to get our Ford Performance option in place. So, let's get them off. With all four of those removed, we can swap out our old one, put our new one right into that location. We just want to get them nice and hand-tight. You don't want to over torque these. As you can see, I'm not even using the ratchet, I'm just using a Torx bit by hand because that's how little pressure you want to put on these tiny Torx bit screws. All right. From here, we can take this whole thing back into the car and repeat that installation process in the reverse order. All right. So, the first thing we're going to do for the reinstallation here is plug in our connector. Now, the factory connector is going to go right into that factory location here on our new gauge cluster. Once you have that snapped in place, feed this up into the dashboard, and snap it on starting from the driver side gauge cluster through the middle back to the outside. Once that's secured in place, you can grab your kick panel trim, install it right on the bottom here. You'll hear that snap into place. Now, you're good to go. That's gonna wrap up my review and install of the Ford Performance Center Instrument Performance Pack Boost Gauge cluster kit available for the '15 to '18 Mustang GTs with the Performance Pack and a forced induction system installed. So, you can pick your kit up right here at

      Product Information

      Features, Description, Reviews, Q&A, Specs & Installation


      • Oil Pressure and Vacuum/Boost Gauges
      • Maintains OEM Look and Functionality
      • Easy to Read Boost Levels
      • Compatible with MyColor Interior Lighting
      • Easy Plug and Play Installation
      • Requires Use of Interior Trim Remover
      • Works with Ford Performance, Roush and Whipple Superchargers
      • Fits All 2015-2022 Ford Mustang GTs Equipped with Performance Pack


      Go Big or Go Home. When you start a job, you should always finish it. Go big or go home; upgrading the performance of your Mustang is no different. If your performance pack Mustang GT is already equipped with a supercharger, you could go even further to enjoy the benefits of your supercharger by keeping an eye on the boost psi. The Ford Performance Center Instrument Performance Pack Boost Gauge Kit completes the performance pack by adding a dual oil pressure and vacuum/boost gauge to your dashboard.

      Maintain OEM Look and Functionality. This Performance Pack Boost Gauge Kit features an easy to read dial for monitoring your Pony’s vacuum and boost levels so that you always know what’s going on with your forced induction system. This kit maintains your car’s OEM look and dashboard functionality. It is also compatible with MyColor interior lighting systems.

      Easy to Install. It is easy to install this boost gauge kit. You will need to use your Mustang’s interior trim remover. After that, simply plug and play your new gauges. There is no cutting, trimming, or wiring required. Trim clips are included in the kit.

      Application. The Ford Performance Center Instrument Performance Pack Boost Gauge Kit fits all 2015-2022 Ford Mustang GT models equipped with performance pack.

      Please Note. The Boost Gauge has been verified to work properly with Ford Performance, Roush and Whipple Superchargers. Other Supercharger systems and aftermarket performance calibrations may prevent the Boost Gauge from functioning properly.



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      Installation & What's in the Box

      Installation Info

      What's in the Box

      • (1) Oil Pressure and Boost Gauge Set
      • (2) Trim Clips
      • Detailed Instructions

      Tech Specs


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