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Old 11-08-2007, 03:14 PM
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Stewart Warner gauges

are they any good?
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Old 11-08-2007, 03:24 PM
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Im not sure about how good but SW has been making guages since guages were invented.............. Bill
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Old 11-08-2007, 05:14 PM
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Thats what my dad told me also said theyve been around for forever. Guess I gave ya a bump. For the price you pay for the SW gauges with just a bit more you can probably get a vendor to hook you up with a set from places like autometer, isspro, and all that good stuff and be satisfied
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Old 11-08-2007, 05:26 PM
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Smile gauges

Stealth Automotive. 1999-07 is a better bet for my money. seams like this is what most people are running, not sure price difference, But before I get my chip going to get them gauges.
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SW gauges are very good gauges, and we use to be direct with them, but they have been bought by someone else. I couldnt tell you how they are now. We sell alot of the Quadzilla Commanders, Autometer, Isspro, Dipricol, all the normal brands. I have some SW gauges still at the shop on a shelf. Not sure whats left.
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Stealth Automotive. 1999-07 is a better bet for my money. seams like this is what most people are running, not sure price difference, But before I get my chip going to get them gauges.
I can get a dual A pillar with boost and pyro gauge for Stewart Warner for $190...there's a pretty big price difference
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Thats pretty cheap. I would jump on that. Is it all new? Are you sure your getting a pyro lead? Make sure its complete. SW use to sell the thermocouples seperate.
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Smile wow

was just going to ask that lol if not plus one more gauge comes out close. and like you said warner was the gauge but now??? like an rca tv was the best but now not so much.
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ya I didnt want to say all that. I dont know who bought them.
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the price you R loking at is great.. the ohters are all knock offs from SW.. I ment it wen i said htey have ben around 4 ever.. They (SW), were the origanators of most of the techonoligy the others are using.. and have a longer track record.. I have seen SW guages in places where they had 2 be good and accurate... ihave never seen auometer or isopro on a aircraft or a ship i have seen SW there tho where it had to be super accurate.............. MY 3 cents this time Bill
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