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Oil temp gauge moves when taking off ?

Has anyone else noticed the oil temp gauge moves when say
getting up to speed ? Mone moves when I get on the highway say rims hit 2000 plus . It will move to about 3/4 of the way to ' H ' anyone seen this is it Normal ?
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Yes its normal.

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Yes its normal.
Thanks for the info.
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I believe it is the oil pressure gauge. Yup, it's normal.

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Going high is normal.......when it starts going the other way....that's bad.lol

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Its normal, and my fuel gauge tries to keep up with all the other gauges movements as well I think especially with lots of heavy skinny pedal use. LOL
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Its a pressure guage not temp rpms go up pressure goes up guage moves
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