Digital flue gas temperature display with backlight and warning function / plug and play
We at RPG hereby present you our first exhaust gas temperature display, specially made for resonance exhaust systems.
The processing of the individual components is very high quality. The massive M8 sensor is virtually indestructible and due to its size it can be welded to an exhaust system fairly easily. At least lighter than the otherwise small M5 sensors from the competition.
Of course, you don't necessarily have to weld to use our sensor!
The supplied stainless steel clamp has an integrated M8 nut and can be easily attached around your exhaust.
The cables are sufficiently long and have high-quality insulation. The plugs are all pre-assembled and only have to be Plug & play.
There is also a power outlet on the back of the device, which can be used to supply power to other devices. This saves you more cables and the wiring harness stays neat and tidy.
The housing is made of high-quality aluminum and is anodized in a noble silver. The display itself is digital and shows values between 30-1000°C.
Such a display is sometimes the most important part of the entire vehicle! You will achieve more performance with it and you can detect piston seizures and other suddenly occurring problems on the engine early and prevent them before your engine is damaged.
Normally you tune your carburetor with the help of the spark plug or piston head picture. "Fawn" is the measure of all things here. However, colors always have a certain scope for interpretation. Equipped with such a measuring device, you set your carburettor leaner until, at full throttle, an exhaust gas temp. of 600-700 degrees is reached. Depending on whether you still have sufficient cooling capacity, you can also go higher. The leaner, the more power, but the risk of a piston jamming due to overheating also increases. But don't worry, you can display this danger area visually using an integrated warning function!
Assembly instructions are included.
Installation diameter: 51mm
(Fits e.g. on the Yamaha Aerox in the area where the ignition lock hole is located)