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    Trying to install the ATM boost guage

    Jerry,

    Do you have a pointers for me to install the ATM boost guage in the foam area like you did? How did you fasten it to the foam, are there any pitfalls to watch out for? Do you think it might be better to install in the lid of the glove box?


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    Phil,
    unstaple the vinyl cover. Use a 2" holesaw and saw thru the foam and plastic backing. Re staple the vinyl cover. Cut a smaller hole in the vinyl and then push the gauge in. Use the aluminum mounting bracket that came with your gauge to fasten it down. If i remember correctly I had to cut down the aluminum bracket and do a little dremel work on the hard black plastic backing of the handlebar pad.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Green Hulk
    Phil,
    unstaple the vinyl cover. Use a 2" holesaw and saw thru the foam and plastic backing. Re staple the vinyl cover. Cut a smaller hole in the vinyl and then push the gauge in. Use the aluminum mounting bracket that came with your gauge to fasten it down. If i remember correctly I had to cut down the aluminum bracket and do a little dremel work on the hard black plastic backing of the handlebar pad.
    Thanks Jerry. My ski is down to 7,800 RPMS and we can't figure out why!? Maybe it is the knock sensor. I have the ATM gauge on the way and want to install it immediately and check our boost. I'll bet the boost is the problem.... or maybe it is the ECU.... or maybe it is the knock sensor... or maybe it is the fuel filter... or may it is a clogged intercooler... etc. etc. I am going crazy with this problem. Anyway thanks foryour help.

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    ..... or maybe it's a slipping clutch?

    Whatever it is, good luck with it.

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    Phil; If you screw up cutting the hole you can use a gauge bezel to cover the FU. Then it will match the gauges on your cat !

    Rich

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    Quote Originally Posted by Green Hulk
    ..... or maybe it's a slipping clutch?

    Whatever it is, good luck with it.
    We just replaced the clutch kit with a RR kit from Mark U. ...... Still getting 7,800 rpms!?

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