[200q20v] new(er) VDO EGT gauges

Glen Dustin Powell gpowell at ennovatenetworks.com
Mon Dec 4 12:51:24 EST 2000

Both good points! I have an infra-red temp meter and I'll try that -
excellent idea. The gauge might require a different sender, but I think a
thermocouple is a thermocouple. I'm trying to get an answer from the guys at
Egauges. I also found out, courtesy of a fellow lister, that Egauges sent me
a Vision series unit (310-151)and not a Cockpit (310-036) as requested, so
I'll be going around the loop with them on this as well. Full report to

Anyone know anything about thermocouples? Are they all the same?



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Sent: Monday, December 04, 2000 12:43 PM
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Subject: RE: [200q20v] new(er) VDO EGT gauges

Glen:  I wonder if you should "calibrate" your gauge by borrowing an
infra-red thermometer, and measuring temps after the system has stabilized?
Could the new gauge require a different sender than your old one?

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