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Isspro Programable triggers!!!

I've been waiting for Michael to give the ok on this for a few months!!!

This will allow you to do so much more then anything else on the market!

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ISSPRO's new Programmable Relay Output driver, which is an add-on to any of the electronic EV2 gauges, and gives a 10-amp relay output which can be programmed to switch at any point on the gauge. You can use it to activate a loud buzzer (for those who have people who drive their truck and ignore the pyrometer warning light), or an engine shutdown based on low pressure or high temp, or to activate a water/methanol injection system. Retail should be about $25, and we should be ready to ship as soon as I get back and finish some paperwork!


This will do away with any other water controlers I have!

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I hope it comes with the batteries cause im gunna be pissed if i have to buy them separate!

But seriously this is pretty darn cool! Really like the idea.

Wish it would piggy back on other brands as well. Rig came with the banks gauges and they have worked great but no warning lights or signals. Guess it just makes me pay more attention tho.

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Sounds like you need to upgrade gauges...

Isspro EV-2 and Performax are the best on the market, and just keep getting better!!!

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haha yeah i should but they do work fine so probably wont replace for a while. Saving for some new injectors now. Once im pushing a bit more HP ill probably add a couple more gauges and upgrade the ones i have at the same time.

Thanks for the post tho, if i ever HAVE to get new gauges i wont think twice about which ones to get.

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So...this it to make your gauges buzz, beep, or ding? Like a pinball machine?

I think that's the audible ricer version of this:

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What is the cost?

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Cost will be in the $25-$30 range.

Its not ricer per say. It gives you the ability to trigger a water injection system or nitrous or an external fan for a cooler or a secondary fuel pump... the ideas are really limitless.

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I would be totally interested in these isspro gauges. Too bad I've got too much invested in my darn autometers to switch now.

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I would be totally interested in these isspro gauges. Too bad I've got too much invested in my darn autometers to switch now.
Sell them... lol...

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Pretty slick.

Probably a good thing I don't really have a use for that in my truck, otherwise I'd have to get rid of my Autometers (which are already paid for, installed and work...) lol

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