ok heres the scenario...when i first bought my truck i went with autometer gauges both boost and pyro. then once the thermocouple after 50k or so snapped, which im hearing is more of a common problem than i thought, i went to isspro. they are accurate and all but i dont like the look. i like all the different looks you can get with autometer. to my question... i uninstalled all my isspro except the thermocouple stuff the other day, but before i order my new autometers im wondering if i should order the pyro with or without the the thermocouple. Isspro's is a type K as is autometer. their leadwires are a bit different, but other than that no major issues, right? autometer uses a type k. i guess what im wondering is will the autometer gauge work with me connecting autometer leads to the isspro leads and isspro type k probe??? the autometer guys seem to think yes, isspro seems to think yes, but i was reading in both the installs that leadwire length matters and by tapping in to the existing isspro with the autometer leads will that affect voltage and calibration of the gauge?? the autometer/isspro guys again think no, any seasoned guys out there with opinions on this??