Recommendations for accurate gauges

Thread in 'Technical Questions' started by inliner04, Feb 26, 2015.

  1. inliner04

    inliner04 Member

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    Basically ive got around £100 each to spend on oil pressure and oil temperature gauge. For that sort of money whats a decent brand to go for? Must be electrical, not interested in mechanical gauges.
     
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    Look at SPA they do a dual gauge , with adjustable warnings , and outputs ( you can turn on fans etc)
     
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    Stack and SPA is about the only ones I trust tbf.

    Some are miles out, even big names.
     
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    PLXdevices are what I recommend and use..
    CANbus linked, can display many things through 1 gauge, set parameters, data log, etc..
    Also has output that can be used as an Input into a standalone ECU..
     
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    kam I've touched Chris Parry

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    I had pro sport electronic gauges on my old 14, I know there well below your budget so you could get both of the price of one! But they were very good IMO. And didn't look too shabby either.
     

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