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Old 12-27-2015, 04:12 PM   #85
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Thanks Brad.
That one is close, but mine uses a clip to hold the drive cable on. If I can squeeze under the dash, I'll post a pic.
Dang, I missed that!

PM me your mailing address and I'll send you one to try.
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Old 01-05-2016, 06:40 PM   #86
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How can you drive without this engine instrument!

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Old 01-05-2016, 07:00 PM   #87
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Well, I've not found one of those lurking in my Argosy so I'm assuming it was only issued with the Classic's....
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Old 01-05-2016, 07:05 PM   #88
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Looks like 1 horsepower to me...
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Old 01-05-2016, 07:05 PM   #89
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About 60 years ago a parts salesman used to stop by my dad's shop to replenish oil, wiper blades, filters, mufflers, etc... He gave out novelty samples occasionally.

This little horse sits on your dash. The hose connects to the intake manifold. The diaphragm pulls the strings causing the horse to perk up as the vacuum increases. Best economy comes when the pony is erect and stiff.
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Old 01-05-2016, 07:53 PM   #91
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I'll take TWO!!!
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Now THAT is funny!
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Looks like 1 horsepower to me...
need my mailing address to send me the winning price ?
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I wonder if this would work Charly.... Oil pressure gauge, so runs from a sender, and reads to 90psi....
I think I might grab one and try it as a Fuel pressure gauge...

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Added this to my gauge setup(temporarily installed).
Innovate Fuel/Air gauge.
Keyair ,
How do you like your A/F gauge now that you have had a chance to use it? I am going to add one to mine. Would you buy the same one again if you had the choice?
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Wayne, I opted to use an AEM 30-4110 wide band O2 A/F gauge. I'm not sure about other gauges but this one was recommended to me by my TBI tuner because it can be connected to the PCM which allows the WBO2 reading to be logged.

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Hmmm....can I connect that to my TBI PCM and monitor it while driving down the road?


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Hmmm....can I connect that to my TBI PCM and monitor it while driving down the road?

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Nick the short answer is it wouldn't really do anything for you to connect it to your PCM, for monitoring purposes you just need the gauge. The long answer is my tuner wanted to have the WBO2 sensor output logged with all the other data was so when he makes tuning adjustments to the PCM code he can see what all of the other variables were doing at the same time. To log the WBO2 data he had to add code to the PCM to get it to log properly.

The PCM itself does not use the WBO2 data at all, it will only use the Narrow Band O2 sensor for fuel mixture adjustments.

On a side issue I also had him add in an output that will turn the radiator cooling fans on when the coolant temperature gets too high. That negated the need for me to add a separate temperature controller for my electric fans.

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