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post #1 of 2 (permalink) Old 05-24-2017, 05:09 AM Thread Starter
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'05 Excursion gauges

So I have a 2005 Excursion 6.0L and it has been awesome after "bullet-proofing" the motor. My next endeavor is running Waste Vegetable Oil and I need a place for more gauges.

There are four on the pillar; turbo boost, fuel psi, trans temperature and a pyrometer. Running WVO I need a oil (fuel) level and coolant temperature. I would really like to have an engine oil temperature gauge as well.

This project has been in my mind for many years. I thought there was a three gauge pod that went on top of the dash but I cannot seem to find it. So with the help of the members on this forum I hope to get some help. I would be very appreciative.

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Re: '05 Excursion gauges

I personally would run the cts2. It can be configured to monitor all of the stuff you want. Including the 4 gauges you already have.

If you want analog gauges. I would do the pod that goes above the rear view mirror or the f650 lower dash from riff raft

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