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Old 14th September 2006, 20:01   #16
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Haha don't we all..check out ebay USA..you may be quite surprised at what you find.... ;-)
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Old 14th September 2006, 20:18   #18
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1. FUEL PRESSURE
2. EXHAUST TEMPERATURE
3. INTAKE MANIFOLD PRESSURE

Are these gauges plug and play, or do I need to spend on lot of other factors to make these category gauges to work on the car?
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Old 14th September 2006, 20:29   #19
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You have to get the Defi controller to which you can attach all gauges, I think upto 6..?..The gauges all daisy chain together so only 1 wire passes from one to the other. They will work on a Lancer.
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You have to get the Defi controller to which you can attach all gauges, I think upto 6..?..The gauges all daisy chain together so only 1 wire passes from one to the other. They will work on a Lancer.
Oh ok! And hey sorry for being a pain with too many Qs another clarification required.

Does the Lancer have provison for these gauges listed below. I mean manifold pressure and exhaust temperature.

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Not at all pleasure.
The gauge would come with the sensors that connect to the controller. Manifold pressure is a vaccum bleed and i suppose for EGT, a tap may be required. I don't have one so I can't be 100% sure. Again, karan would know for sure.
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Not at all pleasure.
The gauge would come with the sensors that connect to the controller. Manifold pressure is a vaccum bleed and i suppose for EGT, a tap may be required. I don't have one so I can't be 100% sure. Again, karan would know for sure.
Thanks a ton AP. It would be great if you could post his email address please. Its easy for me to keep in touch by mail than by phone since Iam travelling next week.

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ksmotorsport@gmail.com
www.ksmotorsport.co.in/
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Old 17th February 2007, 09:29   #24
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Guys,

Is it possible to fix the Air Fuel gauges on the Lancer? Also what about exhaust temperature and oil gauges for the Lancer?

Air/Fuel mix gauge:

Other gauges in action: YouTube - Broadcast Yourself.

Also I need to know if the Shift lights work for Indian cars?

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I've got the RachTech Smoked Series gauges.. Heres' the link
http://www.racetech.com.tw/

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Also I need to know if the Shift lights work for Indian cars?
Yep, they do. I have an AutoGuage Tach (3 & 3/4") with integrated shift light in my Palio. You can configure the shift light to kick in at any RPM you want. When you hit that RPM, the shift light lights up.
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I've got the RachTech Smoked Series gauges.. Heres' the link
http://www.racetech.com.tw/
Oye,where did you get d above from?PAss on the contact details please and how much is it?
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Ppeople will the gauges on the link provided below work on the Lancer?

Blitz UK: Products > Electronics > MD Gauges > 19452

And also what is the difference between Mechanical gauges and the electronic one.

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Can someone please post what type og gauges we need to buy when we look for one, mechanical or the electronic?

Some highlight on this please.
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DEFI bf series now out with blue face ! / autometer / stuart warner/ DRIFT(DEFI COPY)/Apexi EL series/ BLITZ / HKS are the best of the best available in the performnace market.
hope that helps.
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