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Old 06-19-2017, 05:58 PM   #11 (permalink)
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Confused also, so you want n electric gauge to run in the engine bay and for it to look like the pic? Or you want to run gauge in cabin? What's the actual question?
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Sounds like you're just after an electronic fuel pressure gauge, same as any other electric gauge?
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Actually you are slightly incorrect any gauge designed for internal use for oil or fuel has to be a used via either a sensor or non hazardous/flammable liquid to be ADR approved here in Australia Paul. If theres a direct screw in type the sensor only needs to be built inside and I can't see it being that big a deal with todays electronics.
No I understand that. Never was ADR's mentioned.

I still don't get it.
If you're screwing it in somewhere it's receiving fluid to work. if the sensor is built into the gauge it's still not doing much different.

I'm still confused as to the question.
I don't believe there's such a thing as en electronic gauge with a built in sensor (again, fuckin pointless in doing so)
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Old 06-20-2017, 07:40 AM   #14 (permalink)
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I agree, the main purpose of an electronic gauge...imo the only purpose...is that you can place the gauge anywhere without having to run live fluid into the car or risk creasing a line or bending it and getting a false reading

That said, if it's going into the fuel regulator itself there's no need for it to be electronic vs manual as you would never know the difference aside from the manual likely being fluid filled gauge

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