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Well, I'm going to try this for the first time on the new forum,
but this is how I fabricated the brackets for the gauges, and
how they look once installed....

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Here ya go 238



What you want to do is right click on the picture, then click on properties, then highlight the properties and past them between the img tags.

Looks pretty cool, have any more of the probe install ?

Thanks for remembering !

Hey, I didn't know you built monster trucks as well 8)

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Forgive my ignorance!!

I;m not up to date with what these gauges are for exactly. :?
They look like temp gauges, but what are they measuring?
I could assume oil maybe. :oops:

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Thanks biggie for posting the pic for me...I finally figured it out...
Each needle reports the temp of its exhaust gas for its own cylinder.
If all cylinders are running equally hot, the needles all rise together
and point at 1375 degrees...

If they are lean, they go higher, and if they are rich, they go cold

Problem with the pc3r is that it does not support cylinder trim, one
setting changes all injectors...you can use resistors to adjust each one,
but I'm looking for a box that supports trim.

If anyone knows, let me know...I have emailed yosh with no response.

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some pics of the bracket for the install

Here's how I did the brackets for supporting the gauges...

Cross my fingers....pics away!

Jere




 

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I have to take off my side panels to show the probes...hahaha, you
might have to wait awhile!!!!
 

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gas temps-whoa

Thats some fan dangled technology. :shock:
You really are trying to get the best possible tune :lol:

Tomas
 
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