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Comment by Eric stolte on November 1, 2017 at 10:36pm
Michael the efi computer plugs into the the sensor and the handheld computer screen gives you the engine data you need such as temp, rpm,volt etc, so your dash gauge won’t work.
Comment by Michael Forte on October 30, 2017 at 10:13pm
Thanks for sharing this Eric! I see that the water temp sensor is screwed into the hole where the factory temp gauge sensor goes. Did you put that sensor somewhere else or just forego the temp gauge? I’m looking into getting one of these efi systems and started planning and assumed I’d have to drill a hole in the opposite head or put a tee in the crossover tube. Looking for ideas. Thanks,
Mike

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