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Old 01-02-2008, 06:37 PM
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Isspro guages

Well I just ordered a new set of gauges to replace my Autometer's. I went with the Isspro white face, chrome bezel and blue pointer. I got a pyrometer, 60lb boost gauge, and the trans temp gauge. You might be saying "why are you buying new gauges when you got gauges now"? Well I'll tell you why. Right now I have a set of gauges that are about as useful as tits on a bull. My pyrometer is the only gauge that is actually working properly. The boost gauge I have flutters like crazy, I cant even get an accurate boost number off the gauge because it bounces around so much, plus I need a gauge that will read higher than 35lbs with my D66 turbo. The tranny temp gauge never moves, I can drive all day and the needle stays below 100*F which constantly keeps me guessing on how hot my transmission is.

My friend PJ (pojo4223) just installed a set of Isspro's in his truck and I was so impressed in how they performed that I went right out and ordered a set for myself. Diesel Manor.com is the place I ordered them from, I expect them in a few days. It will be nice having a boost and trans oil gauge that actually work properly, plus these gauges look bada$$. CSIPSD has about 2 dozen of them in his truck he likes them so much!

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Old 01-02-2008, 06:39 PM
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well are your tranny gauges hooked up and check ur wiring
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Yeah I like my Isspros Not sure what your temps are in Mass, but you might not see the temp gauge move on the trans till spring.
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well are your tranny gauges hooked up and check ur wiring
ya, I have been thru the wiring of all the gauges several times trying to get the gauge to start to respond better, nothing works. The boost gauge is screwed up, I have replaced the plastic tube going from my MAP line to the gauge and the gauge still bounces. I'm totally ready for a change in gauges anyways, I like the way my autometer gauges look, but not the way the work. So I'm going for the cream of the crop... Isspro's.

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Old 01-02-2008, 06:48 PM
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kuwl let me see some pics when u get em in!
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I love my set. I had them in the truck for almost two years now.
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Old 01-02-2008, 07:24 PM
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Cant wait to get em in jake
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Old 01-02-2008, 07:33 PM
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thats awesome i just ordered the same ones except black yesterday from dieselmanor as well
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ordered myself a set from dieselmanor a good 4 days ago but have yet to receive any shipping info or anything? I can't wait to get them in.
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