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Old 08-18-2003, 01:43 AM   #1
jsmonet
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Default blitz ac egt gauge + info

I picked up the blitz ac series egt gauge and probe. the face is black, lights up with white numbers and a red needle (if you search for blitz ac you'll see pix).

some helpful info:

the tap is 1/8 npt. the directions only say 1/8 pt, so they were a bit less than helpful.

the kit came with some wire taps, plenty of wire, and more than enough wire on the egt probe to mount it 2-3cm off the #4 cyl exhaust port with at least 18" of cable to spare.

gauge response seems pretty quick. it's just slow enough to not be jittery. i mounted mine on the left side of the cluster hood because i only have the one gauge for now. it's bright and easily read day or night. you may want to put a hood or something over the top of the gauge to keep glare off the glass, but that's up to you.

this gauge only comes bracket to mount the gauge to some other gauge holder. it would probably go well in a defi 60mm gauge hood. of course i didn't use it because i picked up an hks gauge pod.

go blitz then again i'm becoming a blitz whore of sorts: dtt dc, sus, nur spec touring, now this gauge :crazy:
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