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    X gauges, boost , a:f

    i am looking at getting some gauges on my x, what do you guys think of the dynotune ones? how/ where do i connect the Air:fuel gauge on the x since there is no j-pipe??

    http://www.dynotunenitrous.com/store...?idproduct=170

    http://www.dynotunenitrous.com/store...p?idproduct=20

    thanks


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    Hey brendus, Here is a link for where to put the af sensor on your X http://greenhulk.net/forums/showthread.php?t=50240. Hope that helps R88

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    has anyone got the dynotune a:f gauge? which one did you buy? does it come with everything as in sensors etc??

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    Quote Originally Posted by grantuk View Post
    I have that one also, it does the job well. hard to read the gauge if you have polarized sunglasses

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    http://www.dynotunenitrous.com/store...?idproduct=146


    just picked this up a couple weeks ago... has the ability to record to sandisk. I haven't used it yet, but it sure does look purrdy. I will this winter though..

    the only reason i didnt go with the other model was a few on this board had mentioned it breaks fairly easily while the lm series is much more durable. ( so i hear)

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    is anyone using just the simple a:f gauges??? whats the difference with the wideband and normal one??

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    Quote Originally Posted by ctriverguy View Post
    http://www.dynotunenitrous.com/store...?idproduct=146


    just picked this up a couple weeks ago... has the ability to record to sandisk. I haven't used it yet, but it sure does look purrdy. I will this winter though..

    the only reason i didnt go with the other model was a few on this board had mentioned it breaks fairly easily while the lm series is much more durable. ( so i hear)
    what breaks, the O2 sensor or the gauge providing readings?

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    Quote Originally Posted by dhoad View Post
    what breaks, the O2 sensor or the gauge providing readings?
    I'd have to search for the thread but off hand but to answer your question, both.. .

    O2 sensors are known to shit the bed, pretty quick, but from what i remember the gauge set up is a little sensitive, and people like reid have made comment that the lm series were much more durable.

    personally i'd hate to drop almost 3 bills to have it last one or two rides...its bad enough the sensos are almost 80 and dont last.

    if i find that thread I'll post it..

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    hmmm, ok
    I guess I knew the O2 sensor didn't last long in the wet environment, but no troubles with mine yet keeping the O2 sensor clean makes a diffference, as in don't handle the sensor tip
    I do know that we had to recalibrate it a few times when switching boat to boat, but that was easy.
    I guess I was unaware the whole unit is prone to taking a crap.

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