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Ive seen a few predators with temp guages on them. And I love the idea. Im just wondering how these are being run...are they ran off the sensor in the radiator, or are they spliced in somewhere?
 

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Good question. I'd like to know too. Can any manual temp gauge be used on my preddy? Crypto
 

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There's the unit from J&T, it runs a sensor, and wires to a gauge. There's a pic in Rob's gallery. Or, there's the Eddie Sander's Racing (www.esr250.com) which is a self-contained unit that mounts in the upper coolant line. Both are quality pieces. The Predator runs warm....stock, keep an eye on it.
 

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Does anyone have a link to J&T?
 

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eddie sanders racing ,ESR has a really nice temp gauge that goes inline with 2 clamps. I think it is used on 250R but it should work on predator.Both have 3/4 hose.Check it out online.
 

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It will work, I have one on mine in the top hose, you can easily read the liquid filled gauge while riding. :D
 

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I have the J&T guage on my Predator. Mine is the mechanical model (I prefer the full-sweep needle) and so it's Tee'd into the hose from the radiator to the motor.

I just added a link to the J&T website to the Links section.

Rob
 
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