05-29-2006, 09:35 AM #1
Jerry water and the dynotune gauges
Im looking to add the boost gauge to my ski and fell in love with the mirror setup you had but read you dropped those ideas. Now I see you have the dyno tune one but my only concern is getting it wet. 50% of the time I ride in the ocean what do you suggest doing, obviously I would really like a clean setup were you can always see it but it seems like it wont be possible.
05-29-2006, 10:24 AM #2
The round autometer gauges i used to have in my mirror pod are no more waterproof than the dynotune digital gauge. At least with the Dynotune you can pop it in your glove box when washing down, or riding thru the rough stuff.
Also, the digital dynotune is much more accurate.
05-29-2006, 04:20 PM #3
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The plug offf the sensor is the only weakness. It can't take the salt water.
05-29-2006, 04:44 PM #4
I just had a issue with my Dynotune gauge. It must have got moisture in it as It would read crazy number. I spoke with Dean at Dynotune and he is top notch he explained to me that I should just blow out the connections with light air and reconnect. That was the fix.
He also assured me that my gauge was fully warranted and he backed up all his gauges. Very nice guy.
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