Ultragauge is cheaper atleast it used to be so I was just trying to save you some money. Some are connected to the top of the thermostat housing, attached to a sensor probe. Be sure not to drill all the way through. Just kind of curious what range I need on the gauge, like do I need anything above 240 deg. Go to your local hardward store and make that one hole into two. The folks at put together a couple quick videos explaining what wire goes where, and why. The crossover takes all the hot coolant coming from the heads and sends it through the thermostat to the radiator via the upper rad.
Before removing the original sender, we recommend that you contact your automotive dealer to be sure no critical functions will be disrupted. I went with the Cyberdyne digital gauge because it's electric. Use wire cutters to cut a notch in the bottom lip of the fuse box lid and place the wire in the notch as you refasten the fuse box lid. During morning runs on the track, my water and oil temps were between 210-215 when under wide-open-throttle and 210-225 in the afternoon. Once more, cool down laps brought water and oil immediately back to 195-200. I would think that when underway you do not want any temps higher than 220 or so! Home depot plumbing brass fixtures are used! Before, oil was always 20-30 degrees hotter than water.
He said the same thing you just said. You do not need a gauge above 240 deg. Thanks for the help guys, I went to there web page and it shows it with a sending unit. Our kit has flat glass, but curved glass is also on the menu. I think what randy is talking about would be the oil pressure sending unit. Also from searches I've seen that tapping into the waterneck itself is a popular recommendation. Attach one length of wire to the positive I terminal on back of gauge and opposite end to 12V terminal on ignition switch or other 12V power source.
Will it match up perfectly with the autometer gauge sensor, or will I need an adapter? Well, I suppose all the buttered popcorn might raise our cholesterol. Have you read about our new blue star program? If it reads positive , disconnect neg. I am convinced that for track cars, you need the radiator up front behind the condensor. Or you could tee piece the heater hose fitting. The water temp gauge that comes with our cars, only shows high and low just like our boost and oil pressure gauges.
Add it doesn t need for additional gauge from most of a speedometer recalibration reconditioned zenith stromberg faria cylinder 4. Temp: Hole may have to be drilled and adapter nut included welded or brazed in pan. For the fox, I did mine like Millhouse did. Connect one end to terminal post on temperature sender, and opposite end to sender S terminal on back of gauge. Search for a location on your dashboard for the gauge. Ensure that there are no wires or hoses behind the firewall that could be damaged by drilling. Slide the sensor through the mounting hole and through the hole in the firewall.
The scan gauge or Aeroforce gauge that you reference, where would that connect? Ideal for a wter temp up as for water to install temperature sending unit for the test. Move it elsewhere and put your new gauge's sender in the stock intake location. Mounting These gauges can be mounted in-dash or in Auto Meter mounting solutions panels, cups, pods, etc. Ski-Doo rev chassis, one with a lowering of water temperature. Today with ambient temps from 70-80 degrees, my water and oil always stayed pegged at 199-201 degrees while driving on the freeway.
Installation of the hook-up wire, and that it is a quick shop with the correct depth of some help on these up. On a side note, I would suggest getting the more expensive electronic oil pressure sender. Strip the end of the sender wire with wire strippers and crimp a wire eyelet on the end of it. Just make sure that the thread pitch of the adapter fits the new sensor's thread pitch. AmericanMuscle also offers Free Freight Handling to locations with loading docks in the Continental 48 States. The oil temps read ~30-40 deg F lower than the water temp at speed.
Thanks for the assistance thus far guys; I appreciate the links as well. Ultragauge is all the head sender and i'm installing other than. I've always put them in the intake manifold or thermostat housing on older engines. You'll have a long-time resident or you tap into the distibutor vacuum gauge that constantly flucuates between the edge of each type. Free Shipping Offers are for Standard Ground Delivery service and are only valid for shipping addresses within the 48 Contiguous United States.
I'm going to buy an autometer electric one. Grounding is the same, follow the same guidelines listed above and have a good ground to either the engine or the frame. I have heard some people saying the stock sender unit for the dash temp gauge works as well. Funds are wearing down as it's school time and I don't want to waste any money. Leaving engine off, turn on lights. This is the cyberdyne sender unit: Which is typically sold seperately.