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Old 12-05-2007, 06:25 PM   #41
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Old 12-05-2007, 06:34 PM   #42
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Pretty cool, glad to see it is working perfect, you guys are the first forum to get the discount code.
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unfortunately, there's a problem with the site. it won't let me choose less than a quantity of 40 electric green/white boost gauges. lol.

Sorry, but i only want one.
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Old 12-06-2007, 08:27 AM   #44
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Yeah, but think of how much money you would save ??

all fixed now.
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all my reading into the matter suggests that the only prosport guages that suffered daytime visibility problems were the blue ones. The white/green/amber gauges apparently don't share that problem as they seem to get plenty bright.
I was the one who originally posted about visibility problems. Loved the look of my white/green/amber boost gauge mounted in the center radio 3 gauge pod in the top radio spot in my NB.

BUT, it was unreadable in the daylight with the top down. It reflects the image of whatever shirt you are wearing.

These might be better for an a-pillar pod install but I have no experience with these gauges in an a-pillar pod.

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Pretty cool, glad to see it is working perfect, you guys are the first forum to get the discount code.
It works. I also like the new site layout.

You guys should really consider making some high quality high resolution or "action shot" of your gauges available, maybe even a user submitted section.. Its sometimes difficult to judge the clarity of them by the small images that are there.
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Old 12-06-2007, 12:04 PM   #47
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unfortunately, there's a problem with the site. it won't let me choose less than a quantity of 40 electric green/white boost gauges. lol.

Sorry, but i only want one.
20 prem water temps only....
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It works. I also like the new site layout.

You guys should really consider making some high quality high resolution or "action shot" of your gauges available, maybe even a user submitted section.. Its sometimes difficult to judge the clarity of them by the small images that are there.
Yeah, we are working on that, the old site had no restrictions to size, this one max width is 300

The website pictures do not do the gauges any justice, they are crisp & sharp with great color uniformity.
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20 prem water temps only....
Thanks, and now fixed..
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just wondering how long this will last... i want in but dont plan to purchase till lets say the first week of january...
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The code is good from Dec. 5 -10th
There you go. I imagine if you talk to them when it comes time to purchase they will work something out with you.
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There you go. I imagine if you talk to them when it comes time to purchase they will work something out with you.
Yeah, I'm sure we'll hook you up..
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Question about the gauges. Does the map sensor for the gauge needs its own 12v + GND or just Signal + Gnd? I am curious how many more wires I have to run.
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actually it depends on which series you are running. The premium Series(peak/warning) gauge has a quick connect wire that goes from the gauge to the sender. that's it.

The Performance series gauge -the sender needs power, ground and signal wire to the gauge.
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Hmm, thats what I figured. OOOK. Not a problem.
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Anyone have any feedback on these gauges? I want to order 3 but would like to here some opinions. Is the discount still available?
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The GB is over, but we can run it again for anyone who missed it. Just let us know.
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Well Id like to order some right now. Anyone else?
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