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    EZ Dock of Long Island Shibby1485's Avatar
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    My twin Dynotune Guages Mounted on RXP

    how many times have I mounted gauges? I need to stop switching skis so I can leave my gauges alone for once!

    Well, here's the gauges done in the Green RXP... FOR NOW

    ... now onto my unique switches setup with the UMI... gonna start that after dinner. Also going to install a cigarette lighter in my glove box to power my GPS with a rubber grommet thru the lid to seal the wire going thru... tired of giong out and doing GPS runs only to have my batteries die... 12V is the way to go
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    Nice job Steve, looks kick ass. every time you look in your mirrors you are going to think that two guages are following you though

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    Shibby1485,

    Is one a Boost guage?

    If so,
    Is it water proof ?
    How much?
    Where can i get one?

    Kind regards

    Jason

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    Very clean install Steve! How did you waterproof them?...PR...

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    www.dynotunenitrous.com

    the best gauges you can buy, and the best customer support and service i've ever dealt with... alot of people on the forum use these gauges as well, nothing new there

    they do not come "watertight" ... to further waterseal them, put silicone in the back rubber grommet to seal that up. Next, take the front bezel off and pope the gauge face off. put a very tiny bead of silicone along the edge of the gauge face and smush the gauge face back on and tighten the front bezel.

    I've used one of the gauges in salt water for a year already... it's been hosed down, in the pouring rain, and out in the ocean... no problems, and when i opened the housing up again there were no signs of water being in the housing.

    On the right is a Digital Red LED boost gauge...

    on the left is a digital Red LED A/F gauge that's run by a Innovate LC-1 Controller... you need to have a Stainless Steel Bung welded into the water-jacketed j-pipe to run it so you can install an O2 sensor.

    you can do datalogging with it by connecting it to a laptop to see what your A/F ratio was towards the end of your last ride.

    if only the Rude Performance fuel controller was capable of reading inputs from the Innovate Controller and adjust accordingly i'd be in heaven!
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    the O2 sensor on my j-pipe... and the innovate wideband A/F controller on the side of the hull
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    Quote Originally Posted by Shibby1485 View Post
    the O2 sensor on my j-pipe... and the innovate wideband A/F controller on the side of the hull
    nice clean welds on that bung! is that HOSS`s work?...PR...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pale Rider View Post
    nice clean welds on that bung! is that HOSS`s work?...PR...
    sure is! HOSS did an excellent job on my j-pipe.

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    I thought it was bad to keep the O2 sensor in all the time.

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    i've heard mixed reviewsabout that ... erally what kills them (according to the instructions) is if you run the ski with the O2 sensor installed but not powered... when powered, the o2 sensor emits a gas... the directions strictly say to have the o2 sensor powered prior to starting the engine

    no moisture gets in that part of the exhaust....

    i know several people that leave the sensor in there all the time and use the A/F gauge at all times while riding..

    i plan on leaving mine in and following the directions so as to keep the O2 sensor powered and emitting it's whatever it does prior to starting the engine... if my sensor breaks, then i'll practice removing it, but i've yet to hear of one fail... i'll take my chances and learn for myself

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