I've had this little digital thermometer in the car for ages and decided to bring it over to the bike. I used to use it in the car for monitoring intake temps for tuning, now I have a Magna so who cares! Anyway, I have it set up now so the sensor is on top of the oil cooler, so I can monitor oil temps coming out of the cooler. The sensor pegs at 70 degrees c, which will not warn me of an overtemp on the oil, but it does serve to let me know when the bike really is at operating temperature, and when moving, the temp stays below 70c anyway, so if I get a spike that sends it off scale, I should probably worry! I bought this one ages ago from Kmart, and it has worked for like 4 years, with a new battery recently. If you were to mount it on an open sports bike, I'd probablu put it in a plastic pouch, with teh bottom open to allow moisture out. Mind you, they are pretty cheap, so you wouldn't get too cut up if it died. A side bonus (which is no good for me, as teh bike already has one) is you get a clock, and can also select a temperature readout from teh back of the unit, which is good for finding out just how cold it really is out there! Anyway, one for the nerds! [IMG:640:512:d647a85e97]http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v418/typhoonpud/Tempgauge.jpg[/img:d647a85e97] Regards, Andrew.