Thread: Digatron EGT's
01-27-2010, 08:49 PM #1
Has anyone used one of these to monitor your exhaust temperatures? If so, what are the pro's and con's that you noticed? Thanks!
01-27-2010, 08:59 PM #2
01-28-2010, 08:52 AM #3
I've had a couple Digatrons on my sleds. They work well, are very well made, and their customer support is top notch. It was a DT52, since it was a 2 cylinder motor. I quit using them since they just distracted me when riding...haven't lost a motor due to jetting in years anyway. If you're looking to buy one, and don't have connections to a good price, let me know. A fairly local guy sells them way below retail.
They did help getting the cylinders jetted evenly, but when starting from scratch, the EGT numbers don't really mean anything...you can burn a 2 stroke down at 1100*, or ride it all day long at 1300, depending on a bunch of factors. Probe location, timing, porting, exhaust pipe, compression, etc all play a role in what temps are "safe".
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