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I just got my electric 52mm Omori delievered. Should get it in this weekend. Time to retire the Autometer, it was a nice cheap gauge.

The Omori has been Sid approved.


It's got a warning light so I don't blow anything up.
 

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Re: New toy for the weekend. (wsaenotsock)

That guage is very nice. http://****************.com/smile/emthup.gif
 

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Definitely Burmese colouring, known as Platinum. Head shape doesn't look quite Burmese, though, at least in that pic. Enlighten us!
Where are you going to instal the guage? I have a A-pillar one-guage pod for my BG, and it works quite well. Then again, I lack the curtain airbags in the A-pillars, so this might not be an option for you.
 

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Is that a tonk or siamese? Nice guage btw

I think he is part siamese and part something else. He isn't very dark and his fur is a little longer. All I know he is a lazy a$$ and sleeps about 20 hours a day. He heard me messing around with the gauge and had to see what I was doing.
 

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Re: New toy for the weekend. (wsaenotsock)

Quote, originally posted by wsaenotsock »
The Omori has been Sid approved.

Cool! My sub is Monster Approved.

PEter
 

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Quote, originally posted by Go-Kart1.8T »
Definitely Burmese colouring, known as Platinum. Head shape doesn't look quite Burmese, though, at least in that pic. Enlighten us!
Where are you going to instal the guage? I have a A-pillar one-guage pod for my BG, and it works quite well. Then again, I lack the curtain airbags in the A-pillars, so this might not be an option for you.

I've got a SPP a-pillar pod mount. It deserves a better guage than the autometer.
I'll take some pictures and stuff and post them up over the weekend. http://****************.com/smile/emthup.gif
 

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Re: New toy for the weekend. (PedroGringo)

I never relized how much cats love mods.
 

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Re: New toy for the weekend. (wsaenotsock)

curiosity.....killed the cat.
I got three.
Beatle Bailey is the craziest though. she'll wedge herself into the smallest containers. no, she isn't a bonsai kitty ;D
 

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Re: New toy for the weekend. (jahciple)

I have an Omori boost gauge, but its the mechanical model. It buzzes, and everything i've tried to eliminate this has failed, so I also would be interested to know were and for how much you got yours.
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Re: New toy for the weekend. (wsaenotsock)

Man, that cat's pretty big.
Nice gauge.
One night I modified our cat, simple bolt-ons only though...
 

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Re: New toy for the weekend. (OnTheGreen)

ok I'll bite

compressor on the left, turbine on the right, this is when they were like 3 months old and I just got my DSS axles.
 

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Re: New toy for the weekend. (roly)

lol got some funny pics in here!
Yeah my cat is pretty big/fat. Probably around 15-16 lbs.
My other cat is around 10 lbs and chases the fat one around.
 
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