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Old 02-02-2012, 04:36 PM
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Gauges

So I got my intake and exhaust on my truck and before I put a 6pos tuner I need to put in my gauge pillar and I was wondering what 3 gauges I should get?? I dont know which 3 to get seeing as the company's I've been looking at have like 12 choices so any 3 would help and any pics would be awesome thanks everyone

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Old 02-02-2012, 06:37 PM
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ISSPRO Gauge Kits for Ford Powerstroke from DieselManor

I really like this kit and may purchase it. I like that they are back lit and are a close match to your other instrument gauges.
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Boost, EGT, and transmission temp.
x2 on the ISSPRO guages. I'm trading in my autometers for some ISSPRO this summer.
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x2 on boost egt and trans, i also have hpop, and a 4 gauge pod pik is my avatar
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Automatic or manual tranny?
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Old 02-03-2012, 12:46 PM
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and 351 howd you get 4? ive only seen sets of 2 and 3 and id prefer more lol
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Boost, EGT, and transmission temp.
x2 on the ISSPRO guages. I'm trading in my autometers for some ISSPRO this summer.
Why would you trade them in?
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Old 02-03-2012, 12:57 PM
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lol, cptrucks.com

ask for paul he developed the 4 gauge pod for the obs and he painted it to match my interior as well, i have all autometer z series gauges, but saving pennies now for that sweet scan gauge, and i kinda wish i would have gone with the 0-60 psi boost gauge kause im getting close to 35 psi as it stands, autometer aint cheap btw, but they are awesome and look just like my factory dash

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Old 02-03-2012, 01:14 PM
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What are the low end readings on the pyrometer? The scan guage appears to only read between 400 and 1600. I am trying to decide between the ISSPRO's mentioned prior in the thread, and the aeroforce. Is reading below 400 deg. important?

"The AeroForce Thermocouple Amplifier/Linearizer units have conversion accuracy of +/- 4 deg F between 400 and 1600 deg. F. "
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Old 02-03-2012, 01:36 PM
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not really, anytime your driving its gonna be above 400*, at idle mine is like 350 anyway
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