I'd use mechanical. I like to install a warning light for oil pressure with a
35 lb. switch, in addition to the gauge. Rotate the Gauges so the operating
range is at 12 o'clock and it's easier to see at a glance.The salt is too hard
on electrical stuff.
"Lawrence E. & Cathy R. Mayfield" wrote:
> Well, it is nigh time I purchased my gauges. I see from my Summit catalog
> that there are many to select from. There are two kinds, I see. Mechanical
> and electrical. Of the electrical, there are two kinds, analog and digital.
> I suspect that I am about to open Pandora's box (again), but what is the
> lists recommendation? I have been leaning toward an all digital system, but
> analog is quicker to tell is something bad is happening. How many of you
> actually spend time looking at gauges during a timed run?
> L.E. Mayfield
> 124 Maximillion Drive
> Madison, Al. 35758-8171
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