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    Aftermarket Temp. Gauge

    Has anyone done this on their 2 stroke? I have been considering doing this, possibly measuring water temp coming off the heads, or the line that pisses out the side... Any better ideas? Or should I bother with it?
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    if your stock or mostly stock, don't waste your time.

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    It won't be stock for long... I want to get a baseline for what it does now, versus what it will do after what is done...

    I guess I am asking where the best place is to put the temp sender.
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    Hot tach III has three circuits that it can measure and the tach function. http://www.dalesjetsports.com/watercrafts/hot_tach.htm

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    I run an automotive( marine) style on one of mine the probalem is finding a sender gauge thet will read below 120 so you can actually see activity!

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    That Hot Tach III looks badass... I need to look around for a price on that thing. I didn't see anything on how fast the tach refreshes...

    That site also said Racepac not available... Whats up with that?
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    Quote Originally Posted by ZMANN View Post
    I run an automotive( marine) style on one of mine the probalem is finding a sender gauge thet will read below 120 so you can actually see activity!

    Z.. What's that gauge on the right? Exhaust temp?

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    old school fuel ! my 92 sl never had a fuel gauge so I installed the newer Polaris sender /pickup unit and an aftermarket gauge

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    I bought one of these for measuring plenum air temps on my SHO, but the sending unit can be used for water temp also.

    http://www.dynotunenitrous.com/store...?idproduct=220

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    in order for the gauge to last some time doesnt it have to be liquid filled so it withstands the water and vibration??

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