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Multigauge digital display

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I've just fitted this to my trackday Sprint, i got it from Alfatune. It's a digital display with it's own independent sensors, no need for nasty boy-racer gauges on the pillar, very small and compact. It completely replaces all the stock unreliable gauges and reads oil and water temperature and oil pressure. With a bit of rearranging it fits neatly in the stock cowling. And i got a second one to fit my turbo GTV, i haven't installed it yet, but it reads boost, exhaust gas temperature and oil temperature. Really cool thing to have and extremely useful as well.
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I looked into that but are waaaaaaayyyyyy more expensive.
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I use the Pro-C Display. It's very small and easy to fit.

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- boost pressure
- EGT (up to 2 EGTs)
- oil temp
- intake air temp (in my Display = LLT)
- oil pressure

And a lot of other features... Sensors are not included. With a button, you can switch through the values.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Q7pGwsi7wq0
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pSadvxXQk2M
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=M0mBMd0l6As

Here is the story: http://www.stilo.info/technik/motor/...tml#post276813
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I looked into that but are waaaaaaayyyyyy more expensive.
you can do very nice things though, see f.i.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PbtvC39I9Qs

info for uk:
http://www.plxdevices.co.uk/categori...e/Multi-Gauges

https://www.telematica.uk.com/produc...OBDII/CAN-60mm

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Hello all

I've just fitted this to my trackday Sprint, i got it from Alfatune. It's a digital display with it's own independent sensors, no need for nasty boy-racer gauges on the pillar, very small and compact. It completely replaces all the stock unreliable gauges and reads oil and water temperature and oil pressure. With a bit of rearranging it fits neatly in the stock cowling. And i got a second one to fit my turbo GTV, i haven't installed it yet, but it reads boost, exhaust gas temperature and oil temperature. Really cool thing to have and extremely useful as well.
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can you do more info ?
price and how to buy one..
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Price i believe depends on what you want displayed, contact [email protected]
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Thank you.
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I do prefer the PLX gauge too

it's not realy expensive there is one which can use OBD2 codes (nice for newer cars) and the other one can use standard aftermarket sensors (the second one is not that expensive for like 70 USD). On a 156 i'd probably mount it where the stock clock is.... on my car now.... well there is no place to mount any gauge at all ^^
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I do prefer the PLX gauge too

it's not realy expensive there is one which can use OBD2 codes (nice for newer cars) and the other one can use standard aftermarket sensors (the second one is not that expensive for like 70 USD). On a 156 i'd probably mount it where the stock clock is.... on my car now.... well there is no place to mount any gauge at all ^^
The OBD one can even use external sensors in addition to OBD..
re location, there are even people that have mounted it in the rearview mirror....
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=acinVqfWPaM
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2iIx11F-cco
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Thats perfect i was in the market for one months ago done a bit of research and was not able to find one within my budget and needed boost readings i ended up buying a nexus 7 running torque app not the best due to a very slight time delay but works and was able to add a navigation app all on a 7 inch screen
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