cht gauge for ultraclassic

Discussion in 'General Harley Davidson Topic' started by tooms, Mar 23, 2010.

  1. tooms

    tooms Member

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    Like to replace my ambient temp gauge with a cht gauge,
    Anybody done this before?
    tooms
     
  2. jaceddie

    jaceddie Junior Member

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    I'm a little slow, but what is cht?
     
  3. Gas Gauge

    Gas Gauge Junior Member

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    Bing search says Cylinder Head Temperature?
     
  4. ultrat

    ultrat Senior Member Contributor

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    OH..? ..i was wondering to . but i did not want to appear DUMM......DUMB...:s
     
  5. walleye

    walleye Junior Member Contributor

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    ITALOPWWTST.



    (I think a lot of people were wondering the same thing):s
     
  6. Breeze3at

    Breeze3at Well-Known Member

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    OH,, the ol' cht from Marlinsclocks.com. Yea, thats it.:sd
    I almost asked, but decided to wait it out.:p
     
  7. rick1062

    rick1062 Active Member

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    I'm sure glad I am not the only "dense" one here.
     
  8. tooms

    tooms Member

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    Forgive me about not explaining what a cht was.
    I happen to be a retired pilot and a cht is a very important gauge in the engine compartment (Cylinder head temperature gauge).
    Been riding my 05 ultraclassic for 5 years now,AND when confronted by heavy traffic my thighs get fried.
    Solved my biggest problem by installing a turbo fan .
    Moved the horn and used the same spot to mount my fan.
    tooms
     
  9. Mattman4403

    Mattman4403 Junior Member

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    I have not used a cylinder head temp gauge but saw one mounted on an ultra. Was the same size as the other gauges but the face did not really match up. Guy was from TX or OK said it worked well for him
    I have to confess also, I wondered how you were going to fit a gauge that monitored how many people were chatting on th HD Talking website.
     
  10. Sirxamoc

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    As a retired pilot myself I can see in an aircraft the need for monitoring the cylinder head temperature since you had the means to control the mixture, but on a scoot I would be more inclined for monitoring the engine oil temp since that has more importance and is something that you can control in a sense.