Good to know I'm not the only one. I have about 800 hrs on my right emag, so far so good even though it has gone above 200 degrees. I did ditch the dots and got some 3 point temperature strips from McMaster-Carr. Mainly it tells me that I can go a while without hitting 200 or 210 but eventually I do. Really it just tells me the same thing with a little more detail, no help on how to keep it from happening. Oh well.
RV-6 / O-360 / CS, 1600+ hrs, 1st flight Sept. 1999
Outstanding Workmanship OSH 2000, Craftsmanship award AWO 2000
Airport committee chair & AOPA ASNV for Seaside, OR Municipal (56S), www.seasideairport.org