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  • Gas Gauge

    How Accurate Are Your Gas Gauges?

  • #2
    Get a Floscan

    www.floscan.com

    We've got a model 5500 in our Wooldridge and a 7500 in our Valdez boat, couldn't imagine boating without them... It's truly amazing how far off the fuel guages are on both vessels.

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    • #3
      My meter is right when it says 1/2 full. Otherwise its just a guess. I installed a flo-scan and it is as accurate as you need.

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      • #4
        Actual guage sucks...

        But I have a smartcraft monitor for my 200 optimax, works very similar to the floscan but has several other things you can monitor as well. If you have a newer Merc it's the way to go.

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        • #5
          Floscan

          I also use the flowscan and now I never even look at the fuel gauge.

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