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hey fellas i have been seeing some smaller digital egts going for around sixty dollars compleat but they are for a 12 volt dc system or cars and have simple hook ups. My question is would they be compatible with my snowmobile or not? Thanks in advance for any help offered! I would really like to moniter my egts but most gauge sets are way to spendy.
 

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Most the riding we do is in the mountains up here and some times its a hard long wot pull to the top of the ridge thats the main reasone id like em just to make sure i dont melt it down. Just dont know if sleds are dc or ac voltage. Understand what your saying for trails tho
 

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Unless you have electric start it is AC voltage. There is however ways around that.
 

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Even for trail riding my Digatron is worth its weight in gold. Its nice to be able to see what the exhaust/water temps are on the fly. Digatron's receives its power from the sled’s lighting coil.
 

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Even for trail riding my Digatron is worth its weight in gold. Its nice to be able to see what the exhaust/water temps are on the fly. Digatron's receives its power from the sled’s lighting coil.
X2 mine saved my tcat motor when my carb boots ripped
 

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They might but they do not look waterproof/resistant, that alone could give false readings and or short the unit out. I'd pass on Aubern gauges.
 

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Ok thanks for the info everyone much apprechiated! Are the some decent priced gauges that would work better that anyone knows of?
 

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2 into one , do you put the guage on the pipe in the middle or on the one side for each y to get single readings, that what was on my mind about egt gauges
 
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