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Could someone point me in the right direction. I've been looking all over and cant seem to find what I'm looking for. Every gauge I come across when I search for oil temp gauges ends up being cylinder head temp. I've found the tto oil temp gauge but cant seem to find an adapter to run it in the drain plug (which would be ideal for me) help would be greatly appreciated.
 

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So far my findings are that the tto oil temp gauge (Here) paired with the koso oil drain plug adapter (Here) should be compatible and work if I'm not mistaken.

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If someone could chime in and confirm thatd be awesome.
 

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This is the only one to buy. Just one mans opinion though...


Make sure you get V2.
 

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This is the only one to buy. Just one mans opinion though...


Make sure you get V2.
I infact seen them. However where does it actually read the temperature of the engine from? As I'm only looking for directly oil temp
 

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Alright folks. Finally got the parts in last week and installed em tonight. Everything fits together and worked like a charm. Not a bad way to get actual oil temps as its reading directly from the sensor that's in the drain plug adapter. I'll keep ya all updated with how it lasts once I start to put miles on it. But I'm beyond stoked to be able to monitor my oil temps now for less then 70 bucks.
 

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Make sure you have it on the correct setting....
 

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Bumping this to the top. 750 miles down and still working great. Highest temp I seen was 207 sitting in 96 degrees for 10 minutes in construction traffic. Works fantastic.
 

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Did you have to modify anything to fit? How long is that probe? Couldn't tell from the photo if it would stick out too far or something. Thinking about doing the same thing when I get to my next oil change.
 

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Nope. No modification needed. Everything fits perfectly. I cranked everything by hand to make sure didnt hit or bind cause I was also worried about it being to long. I was a bit more worried as well cause my bikes ride height is very low but everything cleared fine. Honestly super cheap and very effective.
 

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Nope. No modification needed. Everything fits perfectly. I cranked everything by hand to make sure didnt hit or bind cause I was also worried about it being to long. I was a bit more worried as well cause my bikes ride height is very low but everything cleared fine. Honestly super cheap and very effective.
Awesome! Thanks!
 
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