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Old 03-25-2007, 12:59 PM   #11
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anyone want a cheap gen1 aerogauge?
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anyone want a cheap gen1 aerogauge?
how cheap?
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Old 03-25-2007, 02:32 PM   #13
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Thanks for the link.
It'* in the mail.
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I didnt even know the Aeroforce had an earlier model. Good to know. I dont know if Ill go with the add ons right off the bat, but thanks for the link.

Dill, let us know how you make out with the install.
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So what size of adapter is necessary to connect the 3/8" to our fuel rail?

Is it a 1/4" or 1/8" male fitting for the schraeder valve?
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Good question! That'* why I was hoping someone had already done it
I'm glad I sparked some interest at least.
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It looks like a very simple install.
I believe it is a 1/8" male connection so I will order that adapter.

I am lucky I bought the newer Aeroforce gauge.......the one with the twin red warning lights.
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Quoted from the link Bob posted in the first thread
"The sensor has a male 3/8" NPT fitting."

So the kit, my latest version w/the analog inputs and I'm off and running.

Then..from Andrewski'* link..they sell the adapters (right below on the website)
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We know the sensor fitting is 3/8" male but where it connects to the fuel rail will require an adapter to 1/8" male.
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We know the sensor fitting is 3/8" male but where it connects to the fuel rail will require an adapter to 1/8" male.
Yes, and on the website for the sensor, if you scroll a little further down, they sell the adapter also.
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