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    Omori Gage Install Photos (56K Hmmm)

    I installed a set 45mm Omori Electric Gages and thought I would post a few shots to see what you guys thought. The EGT Gage was taped at the drivers side manifold and I used a Greddy Sandwich adaptor to install the Oil Pressure and Oil Temp Gage sensors. I do have a few shots of the Greddy adaptor and EGT Probe if anyone is interested in how it fits. The photo with the gages lit isn't that great but you get the idea of the color match you can do with Omori Full Color Gages.
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    Lookin good! They will glow a nice green if I see that correctly, which should match well with the rest of your car.
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    they look nice.. i was going to say they look funny.. but up close i take my comment back haha... how much did those run you ?

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    Did you get 308 miles on that tank of gas?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Blue EJ20 WRX
    Did you get 308 miles on that tank of gas?
    No actually about 354 before the light came on

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    Quote Originally Posted by C Stoyer
    No actually about 354 before the light came on
    Do you drive down hill all day long?

    I get about 280 to a tank of gas. Granted I live in the mountains but still 354?

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    I've never been close to 300 on a tank.

    Nice gauge BTW
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    During the winter months when the temp is in the 20s I will get about 275~285 before the low fuel light will come on but 340~350 in the summer. My normal daily commute is about 27 miles on way and 24 miles of it is 65mph cruising with very little traffic. I'm using COBB AP stg1 93 1.18 rev map for my ECU and at WOT I'll only hit 1525~1550F on the EGT Gage.

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    Last week I was able to get 375 miles to a single tank. I am Cobb stage two, my daily commute is 140miles to and from work, all high way miles usually travelling around 70mph. I used to have a daily commute that was all back roads about 20miles a day and I could barley get 300 miles to a tank. Major difference between highway and backroad miles!!!

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    i like those ... very clean and simple
    dude one time i tried to put the trailer bully into the coiler, and I got all messed up

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