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Finally got it installed today works great. I like the idea of keeping watch on oil pressure.
 

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looks nice!
 

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Thanks
 

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Thank you
 

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yes, I am running it....it saved me a few times from overheating my belt....

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you bet.....glad you got it all done and it looks great. if i had thought about it a bit longer, i would have put my temp gauge on the left like you did instead of the oil pressure.....The bulbs burn out fast and they are hard to find now but I found some sweet LED replacements that you can get that are a direct fit. You can even get them in different colors...Just search for "BA9 LED" on eBay.Here are the ones I got....

10 T11 1895 T4W 363 BA9S White 3528 SMD 4 LED Car Side Wedge Light Bulb Lamp 12V | eBay

 

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Cool, Thanks for the tip. I'll look into those bulbs...
You bet....very cheap and a great alternative to a standard incandescent bulb.....
 

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One of the heads has the water temp sending unit in it and the other has a plug. Use this location for the water temp. Down in the valley in the top of the crankcase dead center between both cylinders is a small plug. You can tap into that or get a MrRPM oil filter adapter with the extra port in it.
 
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It's the front head with the plug for water temp can't miss it look from passenger side and the port is a pita to get at but I got it from the drivers side
 

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ok so I know which gauges I want but my oil pressure gauge is a mech one. I see a lot of guys on here getting the elec. one. is there any advantage of one over the other. pros and cons.
 

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so after digging around it looks like your guys gauges are all mach and most gauges are not water resistant. how are you guys keeping the elements off the gauges
 

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so after digging around it looks like your guys gauges are all mach and most gauges are not water resistant. how are you guys keeping the elements off the gauges
I don't ride in deep water so there has been no issues with getting them wet. I do pressure wash the maverick and on occasion, I will get a little fogging on the inside of the lenses but they dry out quickly from the engine heat.....so far it has been a non issue.
 

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I don't ride in deep water so there has been no issues with getting them wet. I do pressure wash the maverick and on occasion, I will get a little fogging on the inside of the lenses but they dry out quickly from the engine heat.....so far it has been a non issue.
Same here....
 
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