Show us your gauges

Re: Show us your gauges

Postby catchya on Mon Feb 13, 2017 7:03 am

Sharkey wrote:Has anyone used the Autotecnica digital gauges before?
I was contemplating getting these because they're similar to the Redarc where they cater for multiple systems all within the one gauge however they're significantly cheaper in price. I was considering the dual EGT/BOOST and then the Water Temp/Oil Pressure.
The third gauge could then become the Automatic Transmission Temperature.

Yes.. lasted a week before the EGT stopped working. IMO stay with Redarc. You pay for what you get
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Re: Show us your gauges

Postby Tony81 on Mon Feb 13, 2017 8:15 am

These look to be alright 3 in 1 set.
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Re: Show us your gauges

Postby Sharkey on Mon Feb 13, 2017 3:23 pm

Thanks Guys, I may even consider the SAAS gauges.
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Re: Show us your gauges

Postby thebaton on Wed Feb 28, 2018 9:51 am

how high do transmission and engine oil pressure gauges need to go up to? Anyone know?
Redarc goes up to 80psi, others go higher -whats ideal
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Re: Show us your gauges

Postby wildturkeycanoe on Sat Jan 12, 2019 12:03 pm

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I figured that seeing the torque pro app is so versatile, I paired it up to my wi-fi OBD reader and an old S5 Galaxy. Made a bracket for the dash and hey presto, any gauge I need I just add. Now I can even screenshot the readings if I need to.
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