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    #16
    Count me in for oil temp and boost!
    My Garage
    2001 Z3 2.5i Steel Gray/Black (Lexi)
    1988 325ix Diamond Schwartz/Black (Izzy)
    1989 325i Cirrus Blue/Houndstooth (Stitch)
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      #17
      Econo gauge - first test video

      It's Alive!
      First test - running the needle back and forth + reaction test - was successful.
      Getting there...



      How do you like the Oil Temperature face?
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        #18
        Originally posted by Mtriple View Post
        Count me in. Any idea on when this will be available?
        We're getting there, but are not there yet. We have all the pieces we need, but need to test how they work together... Don't want to jinx anything by giving a date :)


        Originally posted by stonea View Post
        Count me in for oil temp and boost!
        I guess you will use this in two different cars? Since only one value can be displayed on one gauge...
        Committed to excellence!

        If you don't know that there's a lot you don't know, you think you know everything.
        Our threads:
        E30 One-Touch windows
        E30 Intelligent wipers
        E30 Econo gauge - still R&D
        E30 SI Shift Lights
        E30 Hazard Switch Multigauge - still R&D

        Feedback thread:
        E30 Innovative Goods

        Our pages:
        http://www.e30ig.com
        https://www.facebook.com/InnovativeG

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          #19
          Looks great.
          Originally posted by priapism
          My girl don't know shit, but she bakes a mean cupcake.
          Originally posted by shameson
          Usually it's best not to know how much money you have into your e30

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            #20
            Originally posted by E30 Innovative Goods View Post
            I guess you will use this in two different cars? Since only one value can be displayed on one gauge...
            Yep!
            My Garage
            2001 Z3 2.5i Steel Gray/Black (Lexi)
            1988 325ix Diamond Schwartz/Black (Izzy)
            1989 325i Cirrus Blue/Houndstooth (Stitch)
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            Instagram: Stone.Hopkins

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              #21
              Yay!!!!

              YES!!!!! Sign me up for a boost gauge. I've been hunting for one forEVAH!!!!
              Current daily: 2003 Mitsubishi Evo (Isabelle)
              Gone, but never forgotten: 2017 VW Golf R 6sp (Maria, sold)
              1989 325i 5sp (Lorelei, sold)
              1991 BMW 318is 5sp (Michaela; totaled)
              2000 Mitsubishi Eclipse GS 5sp (Selena, parted out)

              IG: mitsugal_jenni

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                #22
                There should a new forum called "Prototypes" I would have never found this if no one linked it from the for sale Ad


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                  #23
                  Hell yeah. Thanks for making this stuff.

                  I guess I would want oil pressure with a warning light.
                  Stock looking is best.

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                    #24
                    Count me in for boost!
                    1987 325is 2.8L Stroker Turbo "Little Pickle aka The Green Turbo Sled"

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                      #25
                      Great idea! I don't need an econo meter, but a boost gauge would be the best!
                      '91 "318is" slick top M50 turbo
                      '97 Dodge 3500 12v Cummins
                      '12 Mini Cooper S
                      '89 318i Chump Car Project

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                        #26
                        +1 for Oil pressure & warning light!

                        I've had the SI shift light on my wish-list for far too long, so adding this gauge on top would be a great way to rationalize the international shipping cost to myself...
                        Edit: just realised there's no extra shipping charge for shipping to Aus! Can't wait to see these gauges ready to go!

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                          #27
                          In for a boost gauge baby!

                          90 M3 brilliantrot/schwarz
                          90 M5 brilliantrot/schwarz
                          87 325 alpinweiss/houndstooth (building)
                          90 735i/5 islandgrün-metallic/schwarz (daily)
                          87 Foxbody Notch 5.0 5spd SSP (other daily)
                          71 F-250 4x4 390 4spd

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                            #28
                            I've got one of justrack's gauges (when he was still making them) and it's been great to me. Hopefully this can be successfully reverse engineered so the turbo guys can have a stealth gauge.
                            1989 325i - 2.7i, Holset H1C, 42lb injectors, 14.7 psi, whodwho MS-PNP.
                            2009 X5 - DD Duty
                            2018 VW Atlas - Wife/kiddie/grocery hauler

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                              #29
                              Boost gauges = win!!

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                                #30
                                I'm 100% in for a oil temp gauge. Fwiw the closer it looks to oem the better imho.
                                Euro S50 Daily Driver: http://www.r3vlimited.com/board/showthread.php?t=279195

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