Yeah, it HAS to have a MAP sensor capable of reading boost or else it would run extremely poorly. I would definitely recommend what Robo said and just pay a few dollars to check it with the torque pro. I have pics on here somewhere showing what I was able to do for guages on a dedicated tablet. I can read KR, Intake temps, Boost, and RPMS all on the same screen.
It will even mark the highest and lowest numbers on each gauge which really comes in handy (like for instance when I wasn't looking at the IAT2 numbers closely, but it showed me my IAT2s got to a high of 130 degrees, or showing me the highest KR I would see on a run).
Also, to the OP....Please post a bunch of pics of your car!!!!