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Old 07-10-2011, 09:58 PM   #1 (permalink)
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How durable are the ISSPRO gauges?

Reason i ask is because when i was fitting up my pillar mount to make the gauges level, my pyro gauge kind of fell out and onto the ground -.-....

It landed somewhat on the brass ring around the glass of the face of the gauge, about a 5 foot drop i guess. Gauge looks fine except for a tiny dent on the brass ring. How impact resistant and sensitive are they?

Guess i wont be able to know until i hook it up, but i wanted to know how strong they are made and if that drop would of messed up something internally

Thanks!!

I got the EV series gauges, just so i know my boost gauge is working properly, which i am sure it is. I tickled 25 PSI for boost, on a WOT with my stock rig and on flat road it sits about 3 PSI going 55. Seeing that 25 PSI surprised me a bit, but i don't know what stock trucks can normally do. Thanks
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Old 07-20-2011, 02:18 PM   #2 (permalink)
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That series of gauge has the electronics in a separate amplifier box, the gauge head is a pretty simple set of coil windings and is therefore pretty durable. If it still works I would expect it to continue working fine.

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