How To: Install EcoBoost Performance Pack Center Gauge Cluster

Posted 9/21/2015 by Landan Durham

Need a boost gauge for your 2015-2016 Performance Pack equipped Mustang GT? This Ford original center gauge cluster is the answer!

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EcoBoost Mustang Performance Pack Center Gauge Cluster

If you own a coyote powered S550 equipped with the performance pack option, then you are definitely no stranger to the oil pressure and vacuum gauge located in the center of the dash. Jumping back a few months ago, most of you know we threw a Hellion twin turbo kit onto our Triple Yellow 5.0 and never really had or showed a boost gauge. Because honestly, there wasn’t really a permanent solution at the time. Well, to try and keep this as simple as I can, the Performance Pack option EcoBoost cars actually came equipped with the same similar gauge setup as the performance pack GT’s. The only difference, the EcoBoost actually had a functioning boost gauge accompanied with the oil pressure. So with that being said, we figured why not? Let’s order some in and see if it works.

Needless to say, this boost gauge works perfectly! The absolute best part is, it looks 100% factory, supports the My Color option, and best of all; reads spot on with our ten and a half pound spring setting in our wastegates. The only shortfall for this gauge is any of you owners with a non-performance pack S550 are unfortunately out of luck as this only fits cars with the performance pack option.


Required Tools

  • T-25 Torx Driver

Installation Instructions

  1. To get started, pop the glove box and gently pry out on the lower dash trim.
  2. Set it aside and pull out on the larger dash trim piece.
  3. Work your way across the dash and then unplug the electrical connection from the center gauge cluster.
  4. Remove the four T25 Torx screws and then remove the factory gauge cluster from the dash trim.
  5. Position the new gauge cluster into place and retighten the Torx screws.
  6. Plug in the electrical connection, and lightly push on the dash piece to snap it back into place.
  7. Snap the lower dash trim piece in as well and then test for operation.

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Mustang Performance Pack Boost Gauge Cluster (2015-2016 EcoBoost, GT)

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Published on 2015-09-02
If you own a coyote powered S550 equipped with the performance pack option, then you are definitely no stranger to the oil pressure and vacuum gauge located in the center of the dash.

Jumping back a few months ago, most of you know we threw a Hellion twin turbo kit onto our Triple Yellow 5.0 and never really had or showed a boost gauge. Because honestly, there wasn’t really a permanent solution at the time. Well, to try and keep this as simple as I can, the Performance Pack option EcoBoost cars actually came equipped with the same similar gauge setup as the performance pack GT’s. The only difference, the EcoBoost actually had a functioning boost gauge accompanied with the oil pressure.

This center gauge cluster looks 100% factory, supports the My Color option, and best of all; reads spot on with our ten and a half pound spring setting in our wastegates. The only shortfall for this gauge is anyone with a non-performance pack S550 are unfortunately out of luck as this only fits cars with the performance pack option.

Fitment: 2015 (15), 2016 (16) EcoBoost, GT w/ Performance Pack