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Old 03-12-2013, 12:26 PM
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Originally Posted by 98Prostar205 View Post
Which temp sensor do you have? I would like to install a stand alone temp sensor and I like your idea of using one of the pitot tube holes for this purpose.
I had the same thing done on mine. I have a Faria Depth Finder/Air/Water Temp Sensor. I ran the wiring for my water temp sensor through the tubing hole for the pitot pickup on the starboard side. Or, I should say, the mechanic who installed it for me did. I got a special sized thru-hull (not in-hull) depth finder pickup that fits the 2" hole from my old (no longer used) Perfect Pass paddle wheel. The depth finder pickup is flush mounted through the hole.

Air temp sensor is just tossed up under the dash.
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