I'm not one to spend $150 for a temperature gauge when I can buy almost the same one and put it in for $18. I'm also tired of running wires so I just bought a mechanical one instead of an electrical sender unit one. I used the mount that came with it as a template and marked a circle on the back of the center console and then cut it out with a razor blade. I then used a rasp file to get it to the proper size for the gauge to push in and then lock in place nicely. I went the easy route and ran the mechanical probe down to the front CVT outlet, I just took the rubber coupling off, put the sensor in the tube, and then put the coupling back on. I had it out at Glamis this weekend and it worked great. Normal cruising I was about 160°. Couple of runs of Oldsmobile and I had 195 - 200. And then in the big bowls I got up to 210°. Edit: this was with a stock cvt system.