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    Boost gauge, Gps, Depth Gauge ideas

    Here are pics of what I did. Nice clean look.
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    Sweet! I thought about putting my boost gauge there, but could not find a pod to make it fit properly.

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    Hows that depth gauge working out for you?? Brand?

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    Hulk, that is an autometer gauge and autometer trim ring. The ring is taller on one side, so you can spin it to get the angle you want. The rings come three in a pak for around $12. You need to cut a 2 23/32" hole and can use the stock mounting bracket that comes with the gauge, which will need to be cut on both stubs with one stub being longer than the other. I marked the center and covered the area with duct tape then used a 2 5/8" hole saw and trimmed with a utility knife and file to get the perfect fit. Are those grips and seat cover sweet or what? Getting rid of the red seat makes the boat look a lot richer.

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    sprcharded, the depth gauge is a Hawkeye DF1120S. I mounted the transducer below the engine in the front left area. Not picking up the depth very good currently. I need to try another spot. If that doen't work I may need to go trnnsom mount. Wanted to avoid drilling a hole in the hull if possible. If your'e interested I can post pics of the wiring and module mounting location.

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    Nice! Does anyone make a combo Fuel/Oil/Boost pressure gauge cluster? That would be nice to have on these skis.

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    can some one please explian why some one would want and use a boost gauge for?

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    The boost gauge will help you diagnose a slipping clutch before it goes thus avoiding disintegrated ceramic washers.

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    got any pics where you tapped boost gauge into the intake manafold?

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    looks awesome..very creative. just out of curiousity..is the gauge sealed..meaning waterproof?

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