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Old 08-18-2012, 09:34 PM   #1
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Installation of Horst Miracle Probes

Originally posted in the Hybrids Forum, here is my writeup on the subject.

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Old 08-20-2012, 10:10 AM   #2
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Right on Wayne! I've been curious about how well they work. The first few outings I had no problem at all with the sensors on my brand new X23B. I'm a total newbie and was wondering what all the fuss about the sensors was about. No problems, all you oldtimers must be doing something wrong.

Oops did I form an opinion too soon? I put all kind of chems down the hole, spray it with the wand and can get them (or most of 'em) working till the next fill/drain. Nothing but trouble.
A sight glass on the outside would be more useful, tho somewhat more disgusting.

After a few outings post your results with the new probes.

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