Garmin GFS 10 Fuel-Flow Sensor

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Garmin GFS 10 Fuel-Flow Sensor -
Provides fuel flow and fuel level measurement data to your Garmin GMI 10 instrument display. The GFS 10 helps optimize performance while taking the worry out of fuel management. Works with most gasoline-powered inboard, I/O and outboard engines. Compatible with all 400, 500, 4000, 5000, 6000 and 7000 displays.
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Garmin GFS 10 Fuel-Flow Sensor Reviews:

Positive Reviews:

The fuel savings will pay for this unit

I installed this unit as part of both a complete network upgrade and fuel system upgrade on my 1979 Chris Craft 280, the time was perfect to add it. It was easy to add into the system and worked well all season. with this you can clearly see your fuel burn and mileage right on your chart plotter. This can help pick the best throttle setting for maximum range and economy. Also though once you know your expected fuel burns this can give you clues if the engine is having a fuel problem weather it is showing a higher or lower flow than expected.

The one problem I have been having is getting the unit to display my range on the chart plotter. Seems to be sensing my tank level fine, but I haven't figured out why it doesn't calculate my range.
The Cap at on 12/12/2013

Neutral Reviews:

Already built- in Yamaha engine

I originally bought the GFS10 to monitor the fuel flow on a new Yamaha F150, but then came to realize that this is already built-in the engine system itself. I returned this to be replaced by the Maretron MARE-003 cable which can be plugged directly into an available connector on the engine. You get the fuel flow and a a lot more without having to cut into the fuel line.
Seascape207 at on 05/05/2011