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    fx sho engine temp

    hi every one

    i need help with the fx sho engine temp. there is any place to put engine temprtuer sensor . i would like to know if there is . this will help a lot.

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    same question

    ... and then what should the target temperature reading be?

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    Quote Originally Posted by portland View Post
    hi every one

    i need help with the fx sho engine temp. there is any place to put engine temprtuer sensor . i would like to know if there is . this will help a lot.

    thank s
    I see you have a Motec...aren't you able to get temp data from the OEM sensor on the block?

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    I am assuming you do not have logging as that would give you engine temp and anything else you want. Easier (and cost effective given all of the data) to just get this enabled IMO.


    I think Jerry is running around 150*F.
    I was seeing 200*F at the end of last Summer with no engine cooling kit and that is not terribly bad. 250*F would be not so good

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    thanks bro i will buy logging data soon . but i want to see my engine temp when am riding .

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    I would really like to mount an engine temp gauge also to be able to know when the ski is up to temp.

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    no idea

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    Quote Originally Posted by 5001craig View Post
    I would really like to mount an engine temp gauge also to be able to know when the ski is up to temp.
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    T-off of the OEM sensor port. This way you still have the stock one.

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    Quote Originally Posted by NJJer View Post
    T-off of the OEM sensor port. This way you still have the stock one.
    T off it and run it to what? A gauge? What gauge will work with the stock temp sending unit?

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