You should have an oil light on your dash. It should go out just as you are cranking your engine, or most likely, just a moment after the engine starts. This is what this sensor does.im going to be using aftermarket sending units to wire into the xfi inputs and I'm wondering if I still the oem oil pressure sender or not. Does it even have a dummy dash light or does it affect ecu function??
dayum hahaha I ran one logging fuel on e85 and powerlogger for almost 3 yrs no leaks. I may take them to a hydraulic supply and test for burst pressure. You seen them leak ? Have I just been lucky maybe ??
Yeah I saw a pic Nick posted and kept that rail gauge in the box afterwards !! I have time to decide by the time the engine makes it In the car I may have funds for high end logging kit.I've seen a lot of overseas parts fail. A lot of rail pressure gauges that leaked too. Why risk it?
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I'll ping you when I'm ready for the logging kit . Doesn't make sense to cheapout there. And not take advantage of the logging benefits/features. Have you ever tuned remotely by logging into team viewer or some remote control application on pc?