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    Now you see it, now you don't...

    Reinstalled a dynotune boost gauge for Muddy since his hood was off at Icerat's being repainted. Got it back last week, rewired it on a relay setup so it is on when the lanyard is on the DESS post...
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    nice!

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    Do those gauges read boost only or vacuum also?

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    Quote Originally Posted by ReDevilRXP View Post
    Do those gauges read boost only or vacuum also?

    yup, it will show both...

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    That's pretty sweet. Can you go down to Florida and hook one up for JP?

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    neat how u can tuck them little square dynotunes anywhere nice work dude

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    Very cool.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shibby1485 View Post
    neat how u can tuck them little square dynotunes anywhere nice work dude

    Thanks!

    Its actually FLOATING in there, attached to the top trim (epoxy with backing brace)...So it is not attached to the actual hood, and the gauge can be removed without disturbing it...Its got about an 1/8" clearance around the bezel, but is back far enoug so the sun shields the screen

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    So a pretty low chance of it getting wet.

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    Quote Originally Posted by NCHeel View Post
    So a pretty low chance of it getting wet.

    Yup

    But then again, it's Muddy's...He can get it drenched even if he was in the middle of the Sahara

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