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Old 04-26-2010, 11:22 PM
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Pyro Gauge Question

Diesel newbie here. So sorry for the dumb question. I'm looking at ordering a set of ISSPRO EV gauges, and I have a question on the Pyro gauge. They have gauges with warning indicators on them, but one is Pre Turbo and one is Post Turbo. Which one is typically used and the one I want to order?

Where is the typical probe mounting location for each gauge (pre and post)?
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you want the pre turbo since thats the hottest.
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you want the pre turbo since thats the hottest.
OK, thanks. So where is the probe typically installed at?
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on the exh manafold driverside, search for some picts and info on how to do it, I did mine with the manifold on (I know I dont know how to spell but IDK LOL)
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this is where i had it on my 97 7.3. but its the same for all. the lowest point on the driver manifold exhaust.






on the 99 sd



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Old 04-27-2010, 12:44 PM
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Thanks for the pictures.
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