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    combustion analyser

    Hey guys I'm looking for info on the bacharach fyrite insite.. it looks like they are new or newly redisgned.... I had planned on buying a testo 327 but am now wondering about the new bacharachs....
    If it helps I mostly do residential and light commercial. Although today I'm tuning on some aerco benchmark 2.0s

    Thanks for any input.

    Jeep

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    Quote Originally Posted by jeep6275 View Post
    Hey guys I'm looking for info on the bacharach fyrite insite.. it looks like they are new or newly redisgned.... I had planned on buying a testo 327 but am now wondering about the new bacharachs....
    If it helps I mostly do residential and light commercial. Although today I'm tuning on some aerco benchmark 2.0s

    Thanks for any input.

    Jeep
    I would go with the Testo

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    Quote Originally Posted by second opinion View Post
    I would go with the Testo
    I would second that!!
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    Ok so I looked on tru techs website. Testo doesn't make the 327 anymore. This is what I planned to buy before I saw the bacharach insight plus. Anyway does anybody know anything about the 320?

    Will jim do a video on it?

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    I also am looking at both the Fyrite and 320.
    I like the options of the testo, but nervous with their quality and warranty (their dig gauges aren't quite my cup of tea).
    Think I read the Fyrite will self calibrate???

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    The thing I like about the fyrite, is longer sensor life......

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    Thumbs up Bacharrach

    Quote Originally Posted by jeep6275 View Post
    The thing I like about the fyrite, is longer sensor life......
    . I love the Firite Insight Pro, been a great analyzer, very reliable would reccomnend for sure!

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    the fyrite pro has a very slow pump. the testo 327 has a faster pump and is by far a better analyzer. i had a fyrite pro and then moved to the 327. i would not trade it for anything.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gravity View Post
    the fyrite pro has a very slow pump. the testo 327 has a faster pump and is by far a better analyzer. i had a fyrite pro and then moved to the 327. i would not trade it for anything.
    Any thought on the 320?
    Price has my interest peaked.

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    I have been working with the 320 for a couple of days now. Hoping to get a video up over the weekend. It is the replacement for the 327. Much nicer color display, easy to use, about the same size as the 327 with many of the features of the 330. It is very nice. We should have stock by the end of the week.
    JLB,

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    wow...the testo 320 is a nice meter for its price. i dont know how the plastic buttons will hold up but, you shouldn't be throwing the meter around either. i would by it if i we're looking to buy one. Trutechtools also has a testo 327 for 950. comes with analyzer, briefcase, and printer

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    it also has a NOx filter built in the sensor, built in condensate trap, easy to change gun filter, optional to have a 8000PPM spike sensor. this option is real nice since ive had my meter spike above 2500 in a split second.

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    I saw the 327 on tru techs site also. But if u click on it, it says not for sale. So I'm assuming its out of stock.........

    Looking forward to the video jim! One more thing. Is the 320 as fast as the 327?

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