Oil Pressure Gauges
The life blood of your engine, a lack of oil pressure is one of the most catastrophic scenarios that can happen. Knowing the precise pressure is critical to both its longevity and performance, as well as your peace of mind. AutoMeter's Mechanical Oil Pressure Gauge utilizes the most advanced bourdon tube meter movement on the market to deliver accuracy and durability you won't find anywhere else. A simple 1/8" NPT connection makes installation easy. Fittings and nylon tube are included and optional braided stainless line kits are available.
Auto Meter Pro-Comp Gauges combine the legendary classic appearance and style of the Sport-Comp Series Gauge, but are designed for the professional racer. Pro-Comp gauges are highly visible to the driver by utilizing a easy-to-read design with traditional incandescent lighting and yellow indicator marks within the gauge face. These gauges are highly durable, withstands the rigors of competition racing and are well-suited for any race car electrical system, providing quick and accurate readings. Available in most popular sizes in mechanical or electrical.
- For the professional racer
- Traditional incandescent lighting
- Yellow indicator marks
- Withstands the rigors of competition racing
- Mechanical or electrical
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