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    boost gauges

    anyone got pics where they have mounted boost gauges and which one they are using on there sho's?


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    Quote Originally Posted by SQURTN View Post
    anyone got pics where they have mounted boost gauges and which one they are using on there sho's?
    Hey Phil

    If you have a look at Jerrys FZR build up it shows the set up he is usig mate...........

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    thanks tony had a flick through and by that i mean 50 or so pages
    and couldnt find it do u know what page or around what page?
    thanks

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    There're several threads in the SHO library thread under engine monitoring:
    http://www.greenhulk.net/forums/showthread.php?t=88225

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    thats the one i knew i saw i somewhere

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    A little piece of advise:

    If you go with the Dynotune, (a very good choice) call them to order the gauge and tell them it will be used on a jet ski. They will use clear silicone to seal that puppy up and it works. I took mine out of the box, installed it, did no waterproofing of my own, and it has worked flawlessly through one and a half seasons!

    They didn't even charge me extra to seal it up! Very good customer service!

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    Quote Originally Posted by hitman View Post
    A little piece of advise:

    If you go with the Dynotune, (a very good choice) call them to order the gauge and tell them it will be used on a jet ski. They will use clear silicone to seal that puppy up and it works. I took mine out of the box, installed it, did no waterproofing of my own, and it has worked flawlessly through one and a half seasons!

    They didn't even charge me extra to seal it up! Very good customer service!
    Wish I did that before I brought mine into the salt water. It only took one time and it's toast.

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    Here's some pics of my gauge.






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    Nice info and pics Hitman.

    Can I run a BOV and a boost gauge on my R & D Multi Port Adapter at the same time?

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    Quote Originally Posted by 5001craig View Post
    Nice info and pics Hitman.

    Can I run a BOV and a boost gauge on my R & D Multi Port Adapter at the same time?
    yes

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