I don't care if it is electronic or mechanical, new technology or old
technology. I agree, if your needs are satisfied there is no need to change.
I have often been frustrated by bolts that can't be torqued conventionally.
It has nothing to do with gaskets but rather applying the proper tensile
stress to a fastener so it won't fail. There are plenty of places where
there is only room for a box-end wrench and you have to guess at the
torque. I'm not saying this is a panacea for every problem. But it "might"
be a solution for some areas that can't be done conventionally. If they
could shorten the height of the sensor even more, this thing would become
From: Flowbench@aol.com Sent: Thursday, March 09, 2006 7:41 PM
(snip. . .) If I'm not having a problem (that I can see or map on gaskets)
why should I worry? I like new technology to a point but I still use an
analog oil pressure guage on my dyno (snip. . .) - Mike