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Old 02-09-18, 09:44 AM
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Speedhut fuel level sender

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Anyone have any experience with speedhut fuel level gauges and senders? I am wanting to run their fuel level gauge to accompany my racepak. I plan on running premix with the FD and was wondering if it would be harmful to the sender, I tried reaching out to them directly but have yet to receive a reply. Does anyone here have any experience with their fuel level gauges? Any help would be appreciated.
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Old 02-16-18, 07:49 PM
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FL Fuel level gauge

I am waiting on my gauges, but i understand they work with the stock sender. I dont think you can damage the sender with pre mix.
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I have the speed hut gauge and sender .... no worries. it will work fine with or without pre mix
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What length do you need to mount it in place of the stock sender in a stock FD tank?
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not sure bro... im old school... rx3
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What length do you need to mount it in place of the stock sender in a stock FD tank?
u really should be asking this in the 3rd gen specific section.
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Where do you plan putting it? As long as is in the same car, it ahouldnt mater much. I dont think thats too long of a distance dor the signal to fade put that bad. Dont worry too much about that. Just wire ot properly and it should be good.
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Where do you plan putting it? As long as is in the same car, it ahouldnt mater much. I dont think thats too long of a distance dor the signal to fade put that bad. Dont worry too much about that. Just wire ot properly and it should be good.
I don't mean for the wiring, I mean the post that actually sits vertically in your gas tank and measures the fuel level. They offer a range from 3.5" to 12"
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I don't think you'll damage it.
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