Gauges

Gauges

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tonyvan

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904 posts

172 months

Saturday 11th April 2020
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While the car was up on my ramp redoing the engine wiring loom, I decided to fit the ford racing oil pressure gauge, temp gauge and boost gauge that I’ve had stitting around for the last 4 years....then decided to go a bit gauge crazy. The nice touches on the o-led gauges are the are programmed to show Noble M12 which I asked the developer to have stay on for 30 seconds, before they show their designated gauge feature. Nice touch I thought.
Shame I can’t take it out at the moment
|https://thumbsnap.com/E4RfTGC6[/url]


Edited by tonyvan on Saturday 11th April 08:38

tonyvan

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904 posts

172 months

Saturday 11th April 2020
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Ment to add, the intercooler gauge by Davtron, is great because you can toggle from pre intercooler temp to post intercooler/charge cooler temp at the throttle body. It also has a differential setting so u can see the difference in temperature at the flick of the switch.

Edited by tonyvan on Saturday 11th April 08:39

coolchris

774 posts

166 months

Saturday 11th April 2020
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WOW
Those gauges look a bit special Tony it really makes sense being able to monitor all the different temps etc catching any potential issues before they get out of hand.Really nice idea having the M12 displayed on the gauges too superb workmanship as always mate.

Chris

tonyvan

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904 posts

172 months

Saturday 11th April 2020
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Thanks Chris
Thought I would finally get round to doing some work on the noble after the issues with the engine wiring loom... thank heavens for the 2 poster ramp I got. Have you got yours back from Jetstream yet??

coolchris

774 posts

166 months

Saturday 11th April 2020
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Not yet mate I am just waiting to hear from Matt to say it is ready for collection.It must be a great help having a 2 poster ramp for your cars makes a lot of those difficult jobs a lot easier.

tonyvan

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904 posts

172 months

Saturday 11th April 2020
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To be honest Chris, I bought the ramp to solve a solution to store the cars in the garage rather than have to have another garage built... Too many cars and toys. It wasn’t until the engine loom burnt out that the ramp actually saved me probably twice if not more than what it cost, as sending it to a garage to do the work would have been pretty expensive and impossible to do without it up on a ramp.Even fitting the oil pressure gauge would have been an absolute bar stuward to install without a ramp. Thankfully I have an understanding mate who stored one of the cars for me which was supposed to be residing on the ramp above one of the others, for a pretty long time.Now I can have all the cars under one roof and also use the ramp for my intended purpose. Hope u get a call from Matt soon. Not nice being without ur car even if we arnt supposed to be out in them. Lol

Edited by tonyvan on Saturday 11th April 21:21

AMG Merc

11,942 posts

217 months

Monday 27th April 2020
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Hello lads biggrin

tonyvan

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904 posts

172 months

Tuesday 28th April 2020
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Are we waking up the dead ??????????

ludoZ3

126 posts

161 months

Tuesday 28th April 2020
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let's try for those of us who dont have facebook and refuse too! biggrin

Ian Perry

253 posts

120 months

Tuesday 28th April 2020
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I have been trying, but don't be shy everyone.

SwankBaton

738 posts

136 months

Wednesday 27th May 2020
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Bit of forum action !

That looks superb Tony.
Quite a few numbers to familiarise yourself with for normal operating values!
Love it

JW027

406 posts

104 months

Thursday 28th May 2020
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Great to see a revival going on and some works being completed good on you Tony!