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not when comparing cheap gauges. I mean high quality gauges
both from the same company; have you seen a significant
improvement between the readback from a gauge that is liquid
filled, vs one that isn't?


i'm just trying to see if they're worth the extra investment.
 
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liquid filled gauges are for camed out v8's that shake and vibrate, it keeps the needle steady. if your are putting a fuel press. gague under the hood then i would use one, but not for the cabin, the others are just fine.
 

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Ditto like mister2dt said....
Liquid filled guages are for race cars that shake the hell out of you..... off road, dirt track, drag monsters etc.
 

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In off-road applications, yes, they're worth it. In road cars, not really.

They will last a lot longer than conventional gauges, though, as the fluid effectively damps the needle so the movement remains accurate and sensitive longer.
 

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i have a set of them..... while they are not needed they definantly look cool:D and every1 is like whoa theres stuff in it LOL i like them but i dunno if i would do it again... spending the extra cash just to get some silicon filled gauges
 
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