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Good question, I saw some on summit but I wasnt sure those were the ones.
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I just got the gauges installed today, and here are some Pics!



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Well I did something completely different from everyone, I used a Ford Racing filter relocation kit and put my oil filter on the driver's fender. Ran the two gauge senders to that. I just got my new house up and running, so i'll have pics for everyone on my day off tomorrow.

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Got my pics up of my filter relocation kit.

*EDIT* Sorry, my linking skills are lacking.

It is in the Main Engine/Drivetrain forum, under "Installed Ford Racing Filter Relocation Kit".

Sorry I&#39;m so incompetent, I&#39;ll just end myself now....lol

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*update* I posted the "console removal for gaugepod" video... basically telling you how to take off the mapbox lid thing.

Also, nashirak, your link doesn&#39;t work. Interested in seeing it.



Juelz, nice job on the gauges man, looks like all that work paid off

*btw, everyone can thank him for the thread, haha. His PM was the one that finally pushed me over the edge to put all of it together*


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so where would one find one of those allen plug "thingy&#39;s" (yes that is the correct technical term) on the speed6
any help would be great.
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Quick question. Would it be possible to use the spot that is recommended for the oil temp, to be used for oil pressure also. Thanks.

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Before I installed that filter relocation kit, I had both sensors in the t-fittings. They worked fine.

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ok quick question, where did everyone get their t-fitting for their tranny temp sender? I got a glowshift trans. temp guage, and it didnt come with a t-fitting.
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QUOTE (M6DOWN @ Mar 13 2008, 04:09 PM)
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ok quick question, where did everyone get their t-fitting for their tranny temp sender? I got a glowshift trans. temp guage, and it didnt come with a t-fitting.[/b]
oh great. I&#39;m still waiting on my tranny temp gauge from glowshift also, and your saying it doesn&#39;t come with a t-fitting? did you finally get yours? from where?

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