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    Etemp Ltemp...hmmmm

    is it possible to relocate/replace the sensors for these air and water temps to help us read engine and exhaust temps on the gauge???
    it would be useful.
    you could see at what engine temp you get optimum rpm, and if you are getting too hot???
    and you could monitor exhaust temps to see if you are about to burn your waterbox??
    cant we just rewire the sensors to new locations??


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    That's an interesting question. Definitely thinking outside the box. Would be a cool mod. Too bad they don't put boost pressure on the factory guage too. Seadoo, you getting this?

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    I cant remeber who but on the conversion side the E temp was maxed out so it couldnt read the higher engine temps.

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