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Morgan Plus 4 Temp Gauge 1958 and sender about 25 ohms

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tjw tim w
NorCal, USA   USA
Greetings...Does anyone have any experience with this device? https://www.spiyda.com/fuel-gauge-wizard-mk3.html It looks like it should cure all the worlds ills.

Tim(D.Y.M.)

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GoMoG Lorne G
Cuenca, Azuay, Ecuador   ECU
In reply to # 13946 by Ian Williams I SO wish I understood this

Not to worry. You don't have to. You have options.

1. The very top world guru for your instruments is Hedwig Rodyn. He is situate just north of Brussels and owns a company called BelMog. If he chooses to deal with you, he can restore ANY instrument of that era. If he chooses NOT to deal with you, get back to me.

2. The second company would be the ofttimes supplier of instruments to Morgan and the owner of many instruments names and technology, including Smiths. The are in Wales and called Caerbont. https://www.caigauge.com/ They have a division called SpeedyCables the refurbishes, repairs and handles ALL sorts of old instrument problems and conversions. https://speedycables.com/

gmg



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Fred Winterburn Avatar
Ripley, ON, Canada   CAN
STLMike on the google Morgan forum bought one a couple of years back to try, but I don't know how he made out with it. Will probably work fine knowing the reputation of that small company. Fred

In reply to # 13952 by tjw Greetings...Does anyone have any experience with this device? https://www.spiyda.com/fuel-gauge-wizard-mk3.html It looks like it should cure all the worlds ills.

Tim(D.Y.M.)

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Fred Winterburn Avatar
Ripley, ON, Canada   CAN
By the way, Dave Dubois who's signal inverter design inspired me to breadboard a universal positive/negative earth version passed way recently. He was a legend in the MG community especially with his improvements to SU fuel pumps. We've lost a really good man there. Fred

In reply to # 13955 by Fred Winterburn STLMike on the google Morgan forum bought one a couple of years back to try, but I don't know how he made out with it. Will probably work fine knowing the reputation of that small company. Fred

In reply to # 13952 by tjw Greetings...Does anyone have any experience with this device? https://www.spiyda.com/fuel-gauge-wizard-mk3.html It looks like it should cure all the worlds ills.

Tim(D.Y.M.)

tjw tim w
NorCal, USA   USA
Greetings... And then there is this fix supplied by Bob Nogueira and presented on the pages of GOMOG (and I believe Freds Bookl)

http://www.gomog.com/allmorgan30.html#TEMPERATURE

Uses a TR6/GT6 gauge and sender.

Tim(D.Y.M.)

Fred Winterburn Avatar
Ripley, ON, Canada   CAN
Yes, but that method modifies the gauge with the inherent risk involved. Also, one of the charms of the old gauge is that it reads hot when there is no power to it. A sharp eye will see the difference. Fred

In reply to # 13964 by tjw Greetings... And then there is this fix supplied by Bob Nogueira and presented on the pages of GOMOG (and I believe Freds Bookl)

http://www.gomog.com/allmorgan30.html#TEMPERATURE

Uses a TR6/GT6 gauge and sender.

Tim(D.Y.M.)

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