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Old 05-22-2017, 06:58 PM   #99
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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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Thanks Brad! If that's what you bought that's all I need to know. I know you always do all the research that's needed and then some. I am planning on rebuilding my Quadrajet and I want to establish a base line before I get started. I will let you know how it turns out.
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Thanks Brad, I almost understood that!


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Old 05-23-2017, 05:54 AM   #101
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Thanks Brad! If that's what you bought that's all I need to know. I know you always do all the research that's needed and then some. I am planning on rebuilding my Quadrajet and I want to establish a base line before I get started. I will let you know how it turns out.
Greg, I was just following the advice of my Tuner! I do like the looks of the gauge and it's nice to see the chart showing what the A/F ratio was after a run. I'm looking forward to doing some test drives under varying conditions and then comparing the readings. Should be interesting

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Thanks Brad, I almost understood that!
Same here!
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My speedometer is totally trash, tachometer occasionally throws a temper tantrum, oil pressure doesn't match the rest, fuel gauge is not calibrated, and the clock is right about once a month.

Rather the try to fix all these things independently, and dance around the original poor wiring, i think I'm just going to bite the bullet and replace all with new matching gauges.

Anyone have any experience with speedhut?
I've been looking at theirs, they are totally customizable, so I can get font/design/bezels that look good in a motorhome (instead of a drag strip mustang), all of which can be gotten with programmible warning lights (good for temps and things you don't actually look at often)

I was thinking about their
GPS speedometer (includes altimeter)
Tachometer
Fuel
Oil pressure
Water temp
Voltage
Manifold Vacuum

A/F ratio
Trans temp
Fuel pressure
Air pressure

Ditching the clock.

So I need to add 2 holes, plenty of space on the 310 dash

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Anyone use speedhut? Open to suggestions.

Are front and rear air pressure the same? Or will I need 2 gauges?

Is oil temp worth getting if I already have trans and water temp?

If you're curious, the configuration I am considering is
Black dial, white font, blue glow
Font: century
Tick: antique
Pointer: white, chrome blade glows white
Bezel: legacy chrome
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