FAST 301405 XFI EGT Module w/Harness, Fittings and Thermocouples
Universal Fit, Electrical Sending Unit
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The XFI EGT (Exhaust Gas Temperature) Module from FAST allows XFI owners to monitor up to 8 EGT sensors without requiring the use of the 8 square auxiliary XFI inputs. The XFI EGT Module utilizes a small, thin cable to communicate through a high speed CAN (Controller Area Network) connection protocol at 500 kbps.
The Exhaust Gas Temperature (EGT) module measures and transmits data from k-type thermocouples with a range of 32*-1670* F (0*-910* C). Once transmitted, the data is available for viewing and logging through either the XFI or the FAST Dash Logger.
FAST Part # 301405 EGT Module includes:
- EGT Module
- 8 Thermocouples and 8 fittings
- Wiring Harness
- Installation Manual
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