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[08/22/2007] Sunpro Sports New Sport ST Gauges

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Sunpro(r), "The Performance Legend," has introduced a line of Sport ST(tm) gauges to complement the look of today's new-era muscle cars, sport compact performers and street-savvy trucks.

Sport ST performance meters feature vibration-proof, air-core, electronic driver or bourdon tube meter movement to ensure the pointer responds rapidly to system changes for a precise reading while their contemporary styling reflects the design characteristics of today's most popular modified compacts, trucks and SUVs.

"The new Sport ST line of gauges represents accuracy, reliability and good looks at a value price," said Bart Ivic, marketing manager, Sunpro.

All gauges feature an attractive black dial face and illuminated pointer for easy viewing as well as through-the-dial lighting for enhanced night visibility. Included in the Sport ST gauge line are essential critical and performance systems meters, including:

  • Electrical Oil Pressure (CP7001)
  • Electrical Transmission Fluid Temperature (CP7003)
  • Electrical Water/Oil Temperature (CP7005)
  • Volt (CP7007)
  • Electrical Fuel Level (CP7009)
  • Electrical Air/Fuel Ratio (CP7011)
  • Electrical Boost (0-30 psi) (CP7013)
  • Electrical Fuel Pressure (0-100 psi) (CP7015)
  • Electrical Nitrous Oxide Pressure (0-1600 psi) (CP7017)
  • Electrical Exhaust Gas Temperature (CP7019)
  • Mechanical Oil Pressure (CP7021)
  • Mechanical Water/Oil Temperature (CP7023)
  • Mechanical Boost (0-30 psi) (CP7025)
  • Mechanical Boost (0-60 psi) (CP7027)
  • Mechanical Boost (0-100 psi) (CP7029)
  • Factory calibrated and certified, Sunpro Sport ST gauges come with all hardware needed for installation and are backed by a full one-year warranty. To assist customers, Sunpro maintains a support center staffed by ASE-certified technicians to answer product questions - from proper use and installation to gauge calibration. The support center can be contacted at 800.228.7667, Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. (EST).

    Sunpro Sport ST gauges can be purchased from leading automotive performance suppliers. For a location near you, visit and select the "Where to Buy" link.

    Sunpro, a brand of SPX Service Solutions, is a leading engineer and manufacturer of aftermarket tachometers, gauges and accessories inspired by the company's rich racing heritage. For more than 50 years, Sunpro has meant performance with such classic products as the Sun Super Tach II(r). Sunpro is dedicated to delivering the products and value consumers want most.

    SPX Service Solutions designs, manufactures and markets a fully integrated family of global brands providing specialty service tools, advanced diagnostic and shop equipment, inspection and gauging systems, training and technical information for vehicle servicing and maintenance.

    The SPX Corporation is a global provider of technical products and systems, industrial products and services, flow technology, cooling technologies and services, and service solutions. The SPX Corporation is located online at

    SOURCE: Sunpro

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