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10-23-2002, 10:27 PM
I have read many post in this form regarding guages. can anyone tell me what kind of gauges are key to have.. Also are the gauges costly to have installed and what type of company does the install work...Thanks in advance.. ;D<br><br>Tommy
10-23-2002, 10:58 PM
On my 12 valve with manual, only EGT and boost seemed absolutely necessary. 24 valvers seem to want a fuel pressure gauge also to keep an eye on the lift pump. Auto tranny might want a temp gauge too. And whatever other dials you want to make you happy, but these seem to be the basics. I used Dipricols from Geno's Garage in a pilar mount. Did it myself. Somewhere between $200-$250 for everything, not trying to be vague, just can't remember.<br><br>Rob
10-24-2002, 08:34 AM
EGT, boost, Tranny (autos) & Fuel Pressure (24V). Those are the favorites. As far as installers, not sure. It's a pretty simple install to do yourself if your even somewhat mechanically inclined! ;D Just take your time. Prices vary, you can start at www.genosgarage.com or www.egauges.com I'm sure some others will chime in with more places! Hope this helps! ;D<br><br>Tony
I hope to run this same setup of gauges when Scotty releases the penguins.......er, I mean the new dash pod.
This is from our own John_P's truck
Well, since I cant get the pic to cooperate, here is the direct link: How's this College Boy?
10-24-2002, 12:48 PM
<br>Well, since I cant get the pic to cooperate, here is the direct link:<br>http://www.dieseltruckresource.com/categories/Events/Dyno_Day_Jan._26_2002/media/johnp_gauges.jpg<br><br>Geez Daniel,,,,,,,,,, Do I got to do everything for you? :P ;D [laugh]
10-24-2002, 09:55 PM
<br>I have read many post in this form regarding guages. can anyone tell me what kind of gauges are key to have.. Also are the gauges costly to have installed and what type of company does the install work...Thanks in advance.. ;D<br><br>Tommy<br><br><br>Got pretty much the same truck you do. I've ordered EGT, Fuel Pressure, Boost and Tranny Temp. Going with the ROD POD when it comes out. Don't forget to give Wildcat Diesel, one of the sponsors of this site a look for gauges. Rod will treat you right. Be sure to mention DTR. Also DTR store has some gauges that might interest you. <br><br>~Dave<br><br>
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