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Old 05-14-2007, 11:25 PM
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Anyone use the new Livorsi gauges that have
Tachs, gps speedo, compass heading, prop slip. They look very cool. Wonder how accurate they are and if they work with big power.
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Old 05-15-2007, 07:49 AM
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contact mark wharton @ prop slip,he can answer all ?'s.i had a chance to work w/ him @ the miami show,this gauge is the real deal.
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Old 05-15-2007, 12:44 PM
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Yes sir, they look and work awesome...you have to program the unit with specific information about the boat so they work with any boat and power configuration.

You can check out this link for a bit more information or give me a call if I can answer any questions for you.

http://www.tpmarine.com/index.asp?Pa...odID=1468&HS=1

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1.6 mph, is that as good as it gets?
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Adjust your glasses, it reads 101.6 MPH!
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looks good to me i'll have to give todd a call and get some comin
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Is the gauge the same size as the speedo hole in the dash look to be the same.
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Is the gauge the same size as the speedo hole in the dash look to be the same.
The cut-out size is 4 5/8" so if you are currently running a monster speedo it will fit in your existing cut-out.

Keep in mind that you will not longer need to run a seperate tach. since it is built into the datatach/prop slip multi gauge.

I am working with all my customer to help them redesign and replace their dash panels where necessary. You could always leave the analog tach in place and run it along with the digital tach.
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The cut-out size is 4 5/8" so if you are currently running a monster speedo it will fit in your existing cut-out.

Keep in mind that you will not longer need to run a seperate tach. since it is built into the datatach/prop slip multi gauge.

I am working with all my customer to help them redesign and replace their dash panels where necessary. You could always leave the analog tach in place and run it along with the digital tach.
Another dash....................
Damn that looks nice.
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Another dash....................
Damn that looks nice.

Let me know when you would like to add it to the Kachina...
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