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    Question after market gauges

    what is the preferred liquid filled gauges that people can recommend?
    need a few sets of the following

    water temp, oil temp, oil pressure, fuel pressure..

    stainless fronts are hard to find over here in AUS as everything seems to be chromed.

    thanks Jeff.


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    Why not use digital?

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    hard to find water proof ones that are actually water proof.
    used a few in the past and they all crashed and I don`t want to have them behind a case etc..
    the main gauge I will have is a Zeitronix multi gauge and that`s hard enough to water seal !

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    http://www.ebay.com.au/itm/PERFORMAN...item19c73742b3

    Accuracy???
    Calibration???
    but,
    Cheap Cheap Cheap!

    That seller also has oil pres, boost, water temp, pyro. I just painted the surround black and sealed the back.

    I'm using TTO's for temps.

    20hrs no issues, but am waiting for it. Cheap and easy to replace a gauge if/when they fail. I totally get your point though.

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    To big mate. I need to fit 4 plus main guage in a rxt lid.
    Looks good for the coin though !
    If I can find 4 good water proof digital ones it would be a Plus.

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    You could go with the dynotune digital gauges. Just tell them when you order them they are for a watercraft application and they will seal them up better. Also, you only need 2 gauges. One for temperature and one for pressure. You can switch the the temperature inputs for oil and water and switch the pressure inputs for oil and fuel with 2 single pole double throw switches. Put the switches below each gauge for clarity. Should be a clean install in the lid.

    Mark

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    Thanks mark I'll contact them today.

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    Dyntune all the way 100% waterproof 2 years 1 sink no prob.

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    Quote Originally Posted by IBADTON View Post
    Dyntune all the way 100% waterproof 2 years 1 sink no prob.

    Hi do you know if the connector for the sensor from dyntune the same as the aem one ??.

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    Quote Originally Posted by fh23rxp-x View Post
    Hi do you know if the connector for the sensor from dyntune the same as the aem one ??.
    what's the connector on the AEM look like? got a pic?

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