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1Sandwich plates Empty Sandwich plates on 30th November 2015, 5:05 pm

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Right then, I have my mocal oil cooler, and just received the spa gauges, I didn't realise the spa gauge comes with a sandwich plate with the oil temp/oil pressure sensors in it. My question is can you use two sandwich plates at one time? I don't have the car atm to look at it all. I'm not sure if they will fit if you see what I mean, if not what can I do? Cheers for any help

2Sandwich plates Empty Re: Sandwich plates on 30th November 2015, 5:14 pm

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Or do I remove the sensors from the sandwich plate and put them elsewhere?

3Sandwich plates Empty Re: Sandwich plates on 30th November 2015, 5:14 pm

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Why would you want to run to sandwich plates i dont think its possible as one for room using a micra filter and two i dont think you can get a centre nut long enough ....


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4Sandwich plates Empty Re: Sandwich plates on 30th November 2015, 5:18 pm

Mr B

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remove them & mount in suitable good points, pressure quite easy but temp really need nose of sensor in flow of oil or reading will be off . spa gauges don't come with sandwich plates, previous install had used one & bundled it together .

5Sandwich plates Empty Re: Sandwich plates on 30th November 2015, 5:28 pm

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Ahhh I see, I didn't want to use two plates at all, that's why I asked, thought it seemed a little rough! So where would be a good place to put the temp sensor?

6Sandwich plates Empty Re: Sandwich plates on 30th November 2015, 5:42 pm

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Some good pointers in this thread >
https://www.gtir-motorsport-club.com/t2080-how-to-replace-the-centre-gauges-with-new-52mm-items

but not the sump plug adaptors as read low & potential engine killer .

7Sandwich plates Empty Re: Sandwich plates on 30th November 2015, 5:52 pm

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Cheers for that

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