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Old 20 February 2007, 18:14   #1
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Tohatsu digital gauge

Has any one seen this elusive creature? Iíve been told they exist but have never meet a person who knows anything about them or what they can do. Iím interested in the LCD multi gauge.
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Old 21 February 2007, 03:23   #2
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Hey thanks Yoyo that is how I found out it existed but it doesnít tell you anything about it. But I did get a response from a dealer this morning for any one interested. The Multi-function gauge will not work on the TLDI motors only their large 2 strokes the only gauge that they have that will work on their TLDI is the analog gauge.
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I have got one.
It tells you
1) the revs.
2) the trim setting.
3) that you have nearly run out of oil.
4) that you have run out of oil.
Not very Hi-Tec at all.
I would go for individual analogue gauges. Much easier to read when being bounced around.
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Old 22 February 2007, 19:02   #5
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I have got one.
It tells you
1) the revs.
2) the trim setting.
3) that you have nearly run out of oil.
4) that you have run out of oil.
Not very Hi-Tec at all.
I would go for individual analogue gauges. Much easier to read when being bounced around.
Yeah Mark I agree. I like to see big round dial things... much better when you glance at the clocks IMHO.
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Old 26 February 2007, 14:48   #6
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Hey good info thanks guys. Looks like i'm sticking too the analog gauges.
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