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Old 04-26-2005, 10:35 AM
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I'm getting my air/fuel and boost gauge installed this friday and was wondering how much a mechanic would charge me do do this. Thanks.
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Old 04-26-2005, 11:58 AM
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What type ??
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People tend to do these jobs themselves. For those that have done it a few times, it's possible to connect both gauges in an hour or so. Sometimes you need to get a little creative finding a place to put the gauges, which could take some extra time. Do you have a plan for where they will go -- gauge pods, under radio plate, etc.?
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Originally Posted by David Floyd
What type ??
Good point. I was assuming a narrow band (tap the O2 wire) a/f gauge and a mechanical (T the KLR line) boost gauge.
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Its going under the radio. I have the LR gauge panel and the gauges are the Lambdalink digital air/fuel, and a auto meter boost gauge. I really don't have time so thats why i'm looking for someone to do this for me. How many hours does it take to do the install?
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If you install in narrow band mode then Tom has it right, if going wide band ( best method ) then add time for welding in a bung for the wide band O2 sensor.

Nice unit !
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Originally Posted by David Floyd
If you install in narrow band mode then Tom has it right, if going wide band ( best method ) then add time for welding in a bung for the wide band O2 sensor.

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Agreed.
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