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I want an oil psi sensor that I can plug into the MSPro and use it as a safety function: Low oil psi shuts things down, etc...

Any particular sensor that you recommend? I'm not sure what pressure this engine produces but I would have to assume a sensor that senses over 100psi may be needed. I'd also prefer a name brand vs getting something off Amazon.

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Kevin,

Here is a 100 psi sensor from Autometer; click here => 100 psi Sensor Kit be sure to request their calibration data so you can program it into the MS3. Haltech shows a 150 psi oil sensor they sell on their website. A search will pull up a bunch of sensor providers with names like Honeywell, Bosch etc. I suspect the short way home would be either the Autometer sensor or the Haltech sensor.
 

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Kevin,

Here is a 100 psi sensor from Autometer; click here => 100 psi Sensor Kit be sure to request their calibration data so you can program it into the MS3. Haltech shows a 150 psi oil sensor they sell on their website. A search will pull up a bunch of sensor providers with names like Honeywell, Bosch etc. I suspect the short way home would be either the Autometer sensor or the Haltech sensor.
Thanks Ed,
I was searching for over an hour last night and sticker shock set in.. These have really gone up in $$ compared to the last ones I purchased so I was hoping that someone had a secret on where to get them for less but that seems to be the going rate...crazy days..

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Thanks for the heads up on that one, Ashford. The range of available sensors and the pricing is stunning (in a good way).
 

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Yea, even the optional 15ft cable was only $7...

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They also offer a pretty trick pressure/temperature sensor. I plan on incorporating this to replace my current oil pressure sensor at some point in the future.
 
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