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    Water Temp Guage that will utilize overflow nipple port

    I want to pick up a different guage for some temp testing Im about to do and was wondering if anyone knows of a guage setup that will fit in the small overflow nipple port and or could provide me a link and or a better alternative? I damaged my last setup over the winter.

    Thanks in advance.


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    http://trailtech.net/tto_temperature.html

    Get it with the 12mm ring and you can mount it under the stock sensor you will have to extend the wire for the gauge.


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    Quote Originally Posted by beerdart View Post
    http://trailtech.net/tto_temperature.html

    Get it with the 12mm ring and you can mount it under the stock sensor you will have to extend the wire for the gauge.


    Ok so the 12MM will screw right in the overflow nipple port?

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    No the 12mm will fit under the stock temp sender.

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    Quote Originally Posted by beerdart View Post
    No the 12mm will fit under the stock temp sender.
    So how is it installed? I didnt want to do any drilling and tapping ideally.

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    I did not get it at first, but look at the pic. The ring just fits under the stock sensor.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ocman View Post
    So how is it installed? I didnt want to do any drilling and tapping ideally.
    Im pretty sure he mans remove the stock sensor, put the ring on the sensor like a washer then re install, it must sense the tempretrure of the sensor housing which will be about the same as the coolent.

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    Quote Originally Posted by R88ory RXP View Post
    Im pretty sure he mans remove the stock sensor, put the ring on the sensor like a washer then re install, it must sense the tempretrure of the sensor housing which will be about the same as the coolent.



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    Duh ok, that rocks. I will order one now. I like that it is a stick on unit as I have a good place in mind for it. Thanks!!

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    Remove the stock sensor install the ring around the base then reinstall the sensor no cutting no drilling.





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    Quote Originally Posted by R88ory RXP View Post
    Im pretty sure he mans remove the stock sensor, put the ring on the sensor like a washer then re install, it must sense the tempretrure of the sensor housing which will be about the same as the coolent.

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    Looks like a pretty cool set up.

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