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I have a problem with my pyro..help please.

I finally got my pyro put on today. Its a bully dog that I got used from a friend of mine. It was working when it was removed from his dads truck. His dad died and they sold the truck but removed all the mods. I installed it in the drivers manifold near #8 cyl. Whenever I get on the throttle the gauge pegs. I have a TW 6pos and even on the stock setting it pegs the needle. There is no way its running this hot. Any suggestions? Thanks, Scott
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I dont trust electronic gauges. I would have gone with autometer or isspros if I were you.
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Mine was doing crazy things like that and I had to replace the probe. It was working fine when I put it on and then couple weeks later it just started going haywire. Now it works fine.

Mine is a Quadzilla but works on the same principle.


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