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    The Holley (534-10) coolant temp sensor seems quite expensive at $34. I understand that the LS style can be used. Is there a particular part number that is recommended? Any downsides?

    Same question about the 100 psi sensor (554-102) for oil pressure use. Is there a more reasonably priced alternative?
    Is there something special about these Holley branded sensors that make them so expensive (like with the WBO2s which have a special calibration)?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pontiac12000 View Post
    The Holley (534-10) coolant temp sensor seems quite expensive at $34. I understand that the LS style can be used. Is there a particular part number that is recommended? Any downsides?
    Standard Motor Products TX3 (LINK & LINK).

    Same question about the 100 psi sensor (554-102) for oil pressure use. Is there a more reasonably priced alternative?
    Is there something special about these Holley branded sensors that make them so expensive (like with the WBO2s which have a special calibration)?
    Remember, you get what you pay for. The Holley pressure transducers (SSI Technologies) are very high quality and stainless steel construction (LINK). The Holley transducers have integrated ASIC signal conditioning for calibration & temperature compensation (unlike some less expensive models). Holley transducers are compatible with air, hydrogen, nitrogen, water, refrigerant, engine oil, diesel, ATF/hydraulic & brake fluid. The operating range is -40°C − 105°C (-40°F − 221°F).
    http://www.ssi-sensors.com/pdfs/Pres...20OVERVIEW.pdf (P51 Media Sensors - Pressure/Gauge Sensors - Performance Specifications Data Sheet)
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    Good points on the pressure transducers. I'm concluding that the higher price of the Holley CTS is not warranted. Thanks for the help.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pontiac12000 View Post
    I'm concluding that the higher price of the Holley CTS is not warranted.
    Correct. In fact, I prefer the Standard Motor Products TX3. (Standard Motor Products are high quality auto parts.)
    http://forums.holley.com/showthread....=2760#post2760 (Replacement Sensors For Holley EFI - Auto Parts Store)
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    These Honeywell transducers also have the ASIC signal conditioning and have temperature compensation: http://www.mouser.com/Search/Product...qvkTBYNg%3d%3d. Mike
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    Just to confirm, the Standard Motor Products TX3 does not require any custom field entries, just select "LSx"?

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    No, select "Holley CTS".
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    Quote Originally Posted by silverbullet9 View Post
    These Honeywell transducers also have the ASIC signal conditioning and have temperature compensation: http://www.mouser.com/Search/Product...qvkTBYNg%3d%3d. Mike
    Those are brass. Not sure about use with E85, but for oil pressure they seem like a good fit.

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