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    What are the best gauges in the sunlight?

    I was thinking of the dyno tune ones. What do you guys like?


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    I have tried them all and the blue or green back lit are the easiest to read in direct sunlight.

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    Like Jerry said he tried all the colors and he likes the blue and green colored ones best!

    LMAO!!!

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    those look sick!!!!!!!!!!

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    Best place for gauges is in front of you, YOU don't look side to side. But focus in the front, were the only thing that moves is your eye ball. Best place is the Black Hood compartment of an RXP. at a blink of an eye in offshore riding or any riding..............means where you stand at the end of the day riding and as for color, that's a wide area to experiment on. If I tell you, that a certain color in where I stand on is good for me, does not mean it might be good for where you stand on. Hope ya get the point

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jammer 1 View Post
    Best place for gauges is in front of you, YOU don't look side to side. But focus in the front, were the only thing that moves is your eye ball. Best place is the Black Hood compartment of an RXP. at a blink of an eye in offshore riding or any riding..............means where you stand at the end of the day riding and as for color, that's a wide area to experiment on. If I tell you, that a certain color in where I stand on is good for me, does not mean it might be good for where you stand on. Hope ya get the point
    For us rec riders were not going to be looking at the gauges much. Just a tunning and safefy device for life of the engine.
    Not to mention, my gagues, boost, egt, and fuel pressure are all information that needs to be watched at wot and anything less does not really matter unless you are having issues.
    When the boat is running good no need to watch the gauges very much!!!!!

    I agree you dont need to be looking off in any conditions where you need all you atention in front of you which is most of the time.
    I tune my ski without much traffic and perfect water most of the time.

    I can assure you when i am monitoring gauges i am in control of my boat.

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    i can see the inovativeinthe sun just fine...


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