Its a matter of personnel preference. I prefer my insight CTS because of the ability to monitor things such as IPR, pulsewidth, and back pressure when ever I want. But don't be fooled by the intro price of a digital monitor. By the time you add in the extra sensors required your over 700$. A digital monitor is also not as reliable as a set of isspro gauges. Like I said personel preference.
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RIFFRAFF Hrx & Frx.
Leveling kit, 285's
Van turbo/ 38r hybrid.
I have run both analog and digital gauges. I am currently running a digital gauge and would not even think of going back to analog. Analog gauges are extremely limited and serve only the purpose of watching 1 parameter. Most digital gauges will watch at least 20 different parameters and read/clear codes.
A unit like our Infinity has the ability to watch hundreds of parameters, read/clear codes, datalog, run diagnostic tests, tune, play media, and more.
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