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    Best boost gauge

    Yes!! the neverending boost gauge...
    Can't wait until seadoo just makes it stock.
    Anyways.
    It seems everyone is using the Autometer ATM-4376 http://store.summitracing.com/defaul...=egnsearch.asp

    Is this still the case ?
    I'm going to mount mine next to the glove box with the angle ring. Does anyone think I'll have an issue with water getting into this thing. It has 2 buttons on it and didn't know if water could leak through.

    Does this guage come with all the parts to get it working or do I have to order the connection to the boss ?


    I like this CYB-A013E061Y
    http://store.summitracing.com/defaul...=egnsearch.asp

    but I'm not sure about water. They said there are button on the back but I would think I could electric tape them.


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    I know everyone is using Autometer, but Isspro has waterproof marine gauges!

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    Steve, those gauges aren't waterproof are they?

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    None of them are, but the square digital gauge from dynotunenitrous.com velcro's to your glovebox lid and can be popped in your glove box in heavy surf, or while washing down.

    Its also MUCH more accurate as it reads in tenths of PSI as well.

    Its the only way to go!

    This is the one i have:
    http://www.dynotunenitrous.com/store...?idproduct=131

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    hmmm I like that dyno. I think I wouldn't mind putting that one in the head butting pad. I worry about sticking an autometer in it. That would give a real big headache if I butted against it. But that dyno.... I think I could take it
    Does it come with all the sender and connection stuff.

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    Putting an autometer in the handle bar pad, or "head butting pad" as you call it ended up giving my son 4 stitches in his lip

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    Go with Jerry the Dynotune is great no plastic vaccum line to get twisted or pinched. Put clips on it and you can remove it for surf riding it has held up thru the car wash, so far, so good.

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    hey dows the dyno tune come with EVERYTHING u need???

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    I like the way Jerry installed his gauge sender, in the block-off for the stock IC! ...PR...

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