General Water temp, Oil temp, Oil pressure

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General Water temp, Oil temp, Oil pressure

gaz.d

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As some of u know there are none of these guages on a seicento, I'm just wondering if it is possible to get them to work on a sei.

Has anyone ever done this kind of thing, and how much work is involved

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I'm halfway though fitting a water temp gauge on my Sei, had to take the gauge back as the temperature sender was faulty.
Waiting on a part to be delivered by Demon Tweeks as well.
When done i'll post some pics

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Mainly it's just a question of getting the right sized adaptors, running in the pipes or wires and mounting the gauges, a few hours work really. I'd strongly recommend going for electric rather than mechanical type gauges - I've had my capiliary split three times on my oil pressure gauge. Not much fun when it sprays oil at 80'c and 70psi at the drivers side brake disc [xx(].
The electric ones don't have capiliary lines, just transmitters that screw straight on to the engine, with wires going to the gauges.

Good luck.

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i've seen them advertised on UAD motorsports website, but there no longer selling anything now, anyone know why.

I got the idea cause I broke my the middle airvents so I pulled it out to fix and just thought of what can go in there:D

CentoEvo- thats where i've got my guages from :)

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UAD have ceased trading.

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gutted, I was looking to buy one of those itg induction kits from them, does anyone else do them or something similiar, i'm fed up with my K+N, what are the jetex like

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<blockquote id="quote"> face="Verdana, Arial, Helvetica" id="quote">quote:<hr height="1" noshade id="quote">strongly recommend going for electric rather than mechanical type gauges<hr height="1" noshade id="quote"></blockquote id="quote"></font id="quote">
Defo pete, i got a electric TIM guage as i did'nt fancy a water hose splitting and getting hot water squirted all over me!
I found i can't use the exisiting water temp sender in the head for my gauge as the water warning light will come on the dash when the two are connceted to this.
Waiting on an adaptor from demon tweeks that fits in a radiator hose and can house a temp sender.
Is a radiator hose on a cinq/sei roughly 30mm diamater, i hope so coz thats what i ordered

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