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I have installed Floscans on many boats and never had a problem. They are "expensive" because they are very accurate. As an example, when you are making a run for The Canyon out of Cape May NJ you will want to know exactly how much fuel you are using to calculate fishing time. If you load 1000 gallons, you do not want to be 100 or even 1 gallon short on the trip back. The flo scans allow you to adjust your speed on the run.

The installation is not simple in that you are dealing with fuel lines, flow sensors and potential for leaks if not installed properly.
 

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I guess it depends on the installation, but I have never had flo scans be off by as much as 1 percent. Of course there are different models, so I guess that may be the difference. I would not spend money on any fuel flo sensor that is off 10 percent. I can guess that good.
 
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