Compression Ignition Addict
Join Date: Aug 2007
Location: New Martinsville, West Virginia
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I'll take mechanical any day... trans gauge too... Boost gauge is not much diffrent than the oil pres. gauges/sending units on an old chevy from the 70's... the electric ones were unreliable as he!!, and the bulky sending unit on the back of the motor was a PITA to get to... Myself, I did not know you could even get an electronic boost gauge. The package deal I bought for my yellow truck had A piller pod, AutoMeter boost EGT and elec. trans gauges... trans gauge never worked, I got a mechanical one to replace it with, and been pleased as punch since... I waited over a year to call in a warrentee claim, and they told me sure, send it in. I never bothered, decided I never want an electronic trans gauge anyway.
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