Originally Posted by Maximus
In my experience Fuel Gauges are next to useless and often cause more problems than their worth.Fitting a fuel flow meter ect is the only reliable way to know what your using...and have left,they will also calculate your ''Range'',dependant on Speed ect in real time. You'll need an i-gauge or you can run it through the later Garmin and other Plotters
Great work on the Protectors. Love seeing boats in bits to understand how they are put together.
Not meaning to hijack the thread but any affordable fuel flow / fuel management options for twin older diesels (2004 Yamaha ME421's)? The gauges are reasonably consistent but without a needle they are difficult to estimate where we are up to.