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EGT Gauge NP300
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Old 15-05-2019, 06:55 AM
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Hey guys,

Just wondering has anyone installed a EGT gauge on their np300's Twin Turbo? I'm trying to find a place to insert the pyro but the only available realestate is after the DPF and that's going to throw misreading temps. I could piss the DPF off but that's extra coin i don't want to spend at the moment.

There is already a factory pyro on the exhaust man that I can see can I splice into that or will that effect the readings going to the ECU?

I wait the wisdom of the brotherhood.

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Old 15-05-2019, 09:12 AM
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i would check to see if a scanner will read the factory egt probe.
frankly the only really good place to fit a sensor will be on the exhaust manifold. thats the only place it will read accurately.
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Old 15-05-2019, 01:03 PM
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i would check to see if a scanner will read the factory egt probe.
frankly the only really good place to fit a sensor will be on the exhaust manifold. thats the only place it will read accurately.
Yeah I was hoping to do that but with the twin turbo setup there's not much real-estate available.
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