I would strongly recommend going with electrical gauges. I would not be comfortable with having oil and gas come into the car for a mechanical gauge, just my .02. I dont know what kind of fuel pressure fuel injected cars run, but I know my Camaro, which is carburated(sp) runs about 8psi. So if it is that low, I wouldnt get the 0-100psi, the gauge would never move!SilverBulletRL said:Anyone with Oil or Fuel pressure gauges installed and working in their Red Line? I'm trying to decide which one to get... I'm guessing the 0 - 100 psi would be the one (0-15psi seems a little low to me..... )
You don't. The car has no fuel pressure sensor or oil pressure sensor.SilverBulletRL said:Awesome, thanks for the responses guys. Now I guess the questions is (and this might be for WopOnTour) what wires do we tap into in order to read the signal for fuel or oil pressure?
Yeah I agree. Only thing they wouldn't give you is the odd parameter for which there isn't a sensor already. Like oil pressure or fuel pressure. Not critical to have those for tuning, but I guess some ppl might like to have them...Sp00ner said:I'm not sure what else you would need at all for tuning, a dyno. A G-tech Pro RR could give you about 50-75% of the info that the dyno will, so ya. Between the Aeroforce, the Wideband A/F, and the G-tech, you could actually get some good info about everything that you add or change about the car... better than 'it feels faster'.