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post #1 of 12 Old 01-10-2013, 03:49 PM Thread Starter
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Cool What do you guys think?

So my problem is i have a three gauge piller pod and two gauges..lol pyro and turbo boost.. what do you guys thing i should get to fill the spot? Water temp? Fuel pressure?all input welcome

2000 f250 7.3l ext cab sb 6 speed
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Fuel pressure.

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Kinda what I'm leaning towards too but just seeing what everyone else id thinking

2000 f250 7.3l ext cab sb 6 speed
Isspro ev2 pillar gauges
Tymar intake
5" mbrp turbo back
Ts 6pos chip tw tunes.
Ebvp delete
Ccv mod
Wicked wheel
Southbend sd clutch
Int. Bellowed up pipes
Foil delete
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Transmission temp.

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He does not need tranny temp with a manual.

My vote goes to fuel pressure

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My truck didnt come with a volt gauge, does ypurs have one? If it already does than for sure fuel pressure.....
Or a clock

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Fuel pressure, or hpo.


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I have a voltage gauge but who knows how accurate it is. Think i decided on fuel pressure. But then again hpo gauge would be sweet. Hmm

Another question i snapped the plastic ring the goes around the shifter boot after putting the tranny back in.. Not a big problem its self but, now the incab noise is really loud!! Put your fingure on the crack quiet! So i was thinking maybe just put some silicone under it. Has anyone ever experienced this before?

2000 f250 7.3l ext cab sb 6 speed
Isspro ev2 pillar gauges
Tymar intake
5" mbrp turbo back
Ts 6pos chip tw tunes.
Ebvp delete
Ccv mod
Wicked wheel
Southbend sd clutch
Int. Bellowed up pipes
Foil delete
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For a manual trans I assume?


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Yupp! Shes a 6 speed haha

2000 f250 7.3l ext cab sb 6 speed
Isspro ev2 pillar gauges
Tymar intake
5" mbrp turbo back
Ts 6pos chip tw tunes.
Ebvp delete
Ccv mod
Wicked wheel
Southbend sd clutch
Int. Bellowed up pipes
Foil delete
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