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  1. #21
    Meddy Guest
    Either will do. Mechanical just means you plumb in a feed from the engine bay to the guage, ie for a boost guage youll run a boost feed from the engine to the guage. Electrical just means you only run the boost feed pipe to a sender in the engine bay which then sends an electrical signal down a wire to the guage to give your reading. Personally Im not a fan of mechanical guages simply because I wouldnt want to be running oil lines, boost lines into the cabin. Much easier and less chance of nasty leaks with a electrical guage.

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    Thats what i was thinking, always a chance of getting a kink in the pipe which would give a fulse reading

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    They are mechanical...

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    they say they are mechanical but )comes with all necessary hardware, incl. all sensors. thats off the web site...
    please stick ur name down if u want one....then i can get him to give us a better price...
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  5. #25
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    What size are your gauges mate? 60mm or 2 5/8"?

    Sorry that question was for Yakozan didnt notice a second page

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