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Old 12-17-2014, 06:14 PM   #1
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Manifold pressure gauge

I would like to ad a manifold pressure gauge that matches the rest of the gauges anyone have any ideas where to get the gauge I will put it in myself 2002 Newmar Dutchstar Sparton chassis ISC Cummins
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In 2002 I think they were still using Stewart-Warner gauges. Check out this link: Heavy Duty Plus

They look like the ones in my 2000. Unfortunately I don't see one made for manifold pressure.
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If you can't find a matching S-W gauge you could do what I did. I used a set of Banks gauges. Pyrometer and Boost gauge. See attached photo.
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Thanks for the help looks like the Banks gauges match nice.
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How did route the line from engine to dash?
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How did route the line from engine to dash?
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I mounted a 3/4" metal electrical conduit under the belly from the back to the front. Then ran all wiring through it.

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