03-12-2013, 09:46 PM
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Join Date: Apr 2010
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AEM Digital Boost Gauge 35psi
AEM Digital Boost Gauge -30 to 35psi 30-4406
WHAT IT DOES
AEMís Digital 35PSI Boost Gauge unites unsurpassed accuracy, speed and control with an easy to read, digital LED interface. AEM digital gauges also offer a 0-5v analog output for use with data loggers and virtually any engine management system, such as the AEM EMS or FIC.
WHY YOU WANT ONE
The AEM 35PSI Boost Gauge gives an easy to read numerical digital readout that increments every 1 PSI to anyone wanting to know exactly how much boost they are running. All AEM digital gauges have the digital readout in the center, and sweeping LED "needle" that lines the edge of the gauge as boost changes. The digital readout will automatically increase and decrease in intensity due to the built in ambient light sensing photocell. A 50 PSIa brass sensor gives the gauge its accuracy. Each gauge comes with interchangeable black & silver bezels and black and white gauge faceplates for multiple color combinations.
Gauge Readout from -30 to 35PSI
Includes black and silver interchangeable bezels and white and black faceplates
Boost gauge includes AEM 50PSIa brass sensor
0-5v analog output included for use with data loggers and virtually any engine management system
Purchased in 2011 to match my AEM UEGO Wideband
and removed from the car in perfect working order. Sold AS IS. Includes ALL the faceplates and bezels, because who looses that kind of stuff? I think I even managed to put the instructions back in the box (but you can get them off the AEM product page anyway, just in case I forgot)
may actually contain the vacuum tube and hose barb that AEM shows in their documentation, I just can't remember if it was in the box when I packed it up or not.
contains a small roll of hard plastic capillary tubing (as seen connected to the sensor) and does NOT include the vacuum line or nipple shown in the AEM documentation. AEM sticker and instructions are in the box. In any case, the sensor is threaded 1/8" NPT so its not like its going to be hard to find. Again, I purchased this because it perfectly matched my wideband. It also has a 0-5v analog output so you could conceivably wire it into your AEM EMS or some other ECU or datalogging box, but as you can see in the pic, I never used those wires.
I'd like to get $110 for it, and that'll cover shipping to the lower 48 in a USPS flatrate box. Canucks get to pay international shipping to the Great White North (about $12, see below.) Payment accepted via Paypal. It's all boxed up and ready to go, so buy it already!
Last edited by EO2K; 03-13-2013 at 03:54 PM.
Reason: updated box contents and international shipping infos