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  1. #1
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    Fluke CO detector

    Anyone have any experience with the Fluke CO-220? Pricey, but still thinking about it because I like Fluke.

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    I've had the CO220 for 4-5years. Now all the other service techs have them. I can't complain it's ok. We bring them in every year for calibrating.

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    It's the one I have. I bought it at the recommendation of my boss. IIRC I paid about $300 at Johnstones for it.

    VERY nice, after the sting of paying the money for it has worn off, it's awesome. The auto lit display is a nice feature on it as well.

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    So Eric has a fluke CO tester.....he he he

    Why don't you get back to your vw bug...don't you have a race to get to??
    Last edited by slctech; 03-06-2008 at 12:00 AM.

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    I've got the same one and can't complain. The aspirator kit should come with it though.

  6. #6
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    Quote Originally Posted by slctech View Post
    So Eric has a fluke CO tester.....he he he

    Why don't you get back to your vw bug...don't you have a race to get to??
    Yea, that's the goal today. Going to see if I can get the car fired up. Haven't touched it since October. Races start in April! Going to load a different fuel map into the EFI and see if I can't get a little more out of it.

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    Thanks for the input. I'm trying to decide between the 220 or the 210, which attaches to a multimeter.

    Pretty hard to go wrong with fluke stuff IMHO.

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