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Edge EGT Probe

Could the EGT probe from an edge cs/cts be hooked up to a regular gauge?
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No. The Thermocouple is mated to an A/D Converter that generates a CAN message to communicate the the CS/CTS device. You "could" cut the thermocouple off, but regular K-Type thermocouples are only about $35.00, so it doesn't make sense to ruin the Edge one by cutting it off. Just sell it to someone and buy the correct one for the gauge.

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So I assume that the edge probe and a probe for a gauge would have the same threading and the same hole in the manifold could be used?
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In *MOST* cases, yes. Edge uses the industry standard of 1/8" NPT thread for the fitting. There are a very few companies that used a 1/4" NPT, but that was years ago. I'd say you're 99.5% assured it's the same thread.

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