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Old 01-30-2006, 10:12 PM   #1
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i did a search and couldn't find what i was looking for.
how do you mount a n20 presure gauge in side the car? is there a electrical gauge with a sending unit or something like that.

i remember seeing in the n20 issue of gmhp that the t/a had a pressure gauge in the center consle and was wondering how because all the gauges i can find have to be in line with the hose.

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Check out egauge.com. you'll want an electric, imo. Some do run a line, or rather a mech gauge, but I htink the electrics are a better set-up.
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WE carry the autometer and the NX electrical gauges. They will come with a harness and sending unit. We also carry the autometer machanical gauges. I also prefer the electrical.
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DynoTune is the most acurate and affordable. Plus, if you made your own switch plate our square plastic gauge could be panel mounted!
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Sorry guys, I didn't know you carried gauges as he wanted. i bought mine from the above and would gladly have bought from a sight sponsor.
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No Problem, Just wanted him to know where the best gauges are
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