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Old 02-05-2001, 10:48 AM   #1
Otaku
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Post Egt mounting and installation

I will be getting an Apex-i s-afc. Before I get that I want to install an EGT to aid in tuning the thing.

What is involved in installing the sensor(MY00)? After the sensor, what is the best way of installing the gauge itself? I have not seen any pods for the Subie, and I do not have the center gauge pod from SOA. Any pointers or notes from previous installations?

Any info would be great.

Otaku
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Old 02-05-2001, 11:04 AM   #2
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You can get the center pod from the dealer for about $65, then you would also need a face plate. Autometer makes A pillar pods also, in single and dual models. After you weld in the bund for the probe (#3 cylinder is the best bet according to local wisdom), there is 2-wire wire to run to a wiring module. That module also takes a power and ground, and you connect the gauge to the module directly. Mine draws power from the 12v power source next to the radio and I'm not sure where it grounds to. I might go for the center pod, as the module takes up some space and the pod mount has a nice area where you can hand the module from. HTH
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