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Old 01-22-2005, 01:53 PM   #1
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Default Awesome EGT probes!

Check out these bad boys (did a search, didn't see em here yet): http://www.exhaustgas.com/ProductDet...sketID=&RepID=

They talk about having them in all the top fuel cars etc etc etc ...

... but what is REALLY important to us knowledgable tuning types is five things:

1. Exposed tip for awesomely fast response!

2. Designed for 2000F EGT's, because 1600F really just doesn't cut it.

3. 3 year warranty for an exposed tip !!

4. Clamp-on OR weld-on.

5. $60!!!!

http://www.exhaustgas.com/ProductDet...pID=&BasketID=

Maybe that doesn't shock you guys ... but it shocked me, in a really good way.

Adrian~
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Old 01-22-2005, 02:03 PM   #2
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Good find.

I have a probe from Team Rip and I love it. I've had it for ~15k miles with no problems. My EGT gauge responds as quickly as the tach does now.
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Old 01-22-2005, 02:05 PM   #3
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i, personally, am shocked.
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westach makes a great probe too. They've been making them for years for airplanes and the such. Mines about 100x faster than the original VDO probe, and the thing'll probably last forever I think i paid 40 smackers for it
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westach makes a great probe too. They've been making them for years for airplanes and the such. Mines about 100x faster than the original VDO probe, and the thing'll probably last forever I think i paid 40 smackers for it
Any idea what the EGT range was for it?
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it's probably on westach.com somewhere.
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Old 01-22-2005, 05:11 PM   #7
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Any idea what the EGT range was for it?
All Type K thermocouples, the type most often employed as an EGT sensor, have the same range, -450F to 2,500F. It's up to the gauge manufacturer as to which portion of that range it chooses to display.

Here's a table that relates Type K thermocouple voltage to temperature, assuming a cold junction temperature of 32F:
http://www.pyromation.com/downloads/data/emfk_f.pdf
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Sorry, the safe range for it. That certainly varies with manufacturing. Pedants of the world, unite!
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