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I am fed up with analog fuel gauges and tachs that never seem to work. Plus being able to know gph, merc engine codes, and having a gateway to my chartplotter are all pretty cool useful features.
So my question is would you go Mercmonitor or Vesselview if you were me? My 360 has the C80 mounted between the tachs. So my original thought was to replace both tachs with a Mercmonitor level 2 gauges. However i'm not sure if Merc makes the gauges in a size that will directly replace the Faria size I have now. I am also unsure if going this setup is the right route. If I did this than it would essentially be giving me gph on each individual engine rather than both running as a single unit. So it would probably be missing certain parameters that come into play like trim angle and sync. So the next thought was go to a single Mercmonitor level 3 gauge, which was designed for a multiengine setup. But then I would not be able to view rpms on both engines concurrently, which I really would like. If that is the case I probably want to keep my flakey analog tachs, but then there is really no reasonable mounting location for the Mercmonitor.
So then I thought perhaps I could just go with vesselview. It seems like very similar info to the mercmonitor but it can display multiple engine data concurrently, including rpms. Does anyone know if Vesselview can be mounted in a bracket outside of the dash? I could always repurpose one of the cup holders to secure the vesselview monitor.