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Unread 01-27-2018, 09:42 AM   #1
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1st ever, dual gauge pod for the 5th Gen Ford Explorer.
I'm thrilled that they worked with me to have a place to mount the 2nd gauge! 🐌🐌
http://www.aeroforcetech.com/products_order_ford.html
http://www.aeroforcetech.com/products_gauge_pods.html


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Looks great! How are you pulling the numbers? Existing sensors? Or did you install sensors for these?
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They plug into the OBDII port
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Looks like a good plug-and-play gauge.
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1st ever, dual gauge pod for the 5th Gen Ford Explorer.
I'm thrilled that they worked with me to have a place to mount the 2nd gauge! 🐌🐌
http://www.aeroforcetech.com/products_order_ford.html
http://www.aeroforcetech.com/products_gauge_pods.html


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FastKatt! This is awesome! Was it hard to install? Did you have to install a boost sensor to get the boost reading that your piucture shows? I have a 13' Sport, so engine wise i believe it is the same as yours. Cheers!
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Easy to install, 15-20 minutes
They pull all the numbers from the OBDII port
Very happy with them
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Easy to install, 15-20 minutes
They pull all the numbers from the OBDII port
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Cool, what gauges do have it show? Which ones are most useful you think? Does the OBDII pull boost? Did you need to hook that up by analog? Got any other pics? Thanks!
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All numbers come from the OBDII, including boost
I read IAT, Post Intercooler Temp, Boost, & Trans Temp
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Thanks, time to order. I'll prob copy you, lol!
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