I have an autometer arm and float style fuel level sender in my tank and am unhappy with the amount the needle moves due to fuel slosh. Has anyone had experience with marine style fuel level senders? My thinking is that boats see much more fuel slosh and bouncing and maybe the marine style sender will do a better job than the float and arm style.
We use the same sender for marine and automotive applications. The sender will always move as fast as the fuel sloshes around. A dampened gauge will help. Most OE fuel gauges will be dampened with fluid inside the movement itself. Over time this evaporates or weeps out resulting in a non dampened state.