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This is a discussion on 200+ mph speedo?? within the Appearance Section forums, part of the General Help category; This is dead I think but 6LE offers it on his site....

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    This is dead I think but 6LE offers it on his site.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dabom75 View Post
    This is dead I think but 6LE offers it on his site.
    yeah sad face... he just sent what could be potentially the last order off 10 days ago. He hasn't been getting enough orders to break even, so yeah... Like I said potentially the last order.

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    Last edited by Granatelli; 01-10-2010 at 08:31 PM. Reason: Removed contact info and direct link since non sponsor

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    [QUOTE=Granatelli;2201682]

    Yes Granatelli can still do what you are requesting

    They still require you to send them the dash because they change the board in the back of it.


    200 MPH Gauge Cluster
    Removal and Installation Instructions

    General Motors Vehicles F-Body 1997-2002

    Removal Steps

    1. Remove the plastic kick panel above your knees. – 2 Phillips heads screws and 2 hex head screws.
    Note: Be especially careful of the bright yellow wires that run to the air bag. In some applications, the yellow wires are clipped to the brace we are about to remove. Simply remove the clip and mark where they go so you can replace them later.
    2. Remove the “V” shaped brace that the hex head screw was attached to. 2 nuts hold it in. Once again, mark the direction it was installed so that you can put it back the same way.
    3. Lower your adjustable steering column as low as it will go.
    4. Loosen the two nuts that hold the steering column in place. DO NOT TAKE THEM OFF. SIMPLY UNSCREW THEM UNTIL JUST A COUPLE OF THREAD STILL SHOW AT THE BOTTOM. This will allow the steering column to drop down enough to remove your cluster with ease.
    5. Remove 2 hex head screws at the top of the plastic bezel above the instrument panel.
    6. Unclip the 4 to 6 push in studs at the bottom of the bezel. – Simply reach behind the lower edge and you will feel them.
    7. After all studs are free, remove bezel.
    Note: Be careful not to scratch the clear plastic over the instrument panel while removing bezel.
    8. Remove the 4 hex head screws holding in the instrument panel. 2 at the top and 2 at the bottom.
    9. Grab the top of cluster and gently wiggle it free from the connecter behind it.
    10. Before sending the instrument panel, please remove the odometer-reset rod and spring so they do not get damaged in shipping. This can be done by unclipping the 2 clips at the top edge of the instrument panel and rotating the clear bezel down. Also please Saran Wrap the clear part of the cluster to prevent it from getting scratched.
    11. Put a label or tag on your cluster with your return to address, name, and color of the gauges you would like and model year of cluster. – This is important information.

    Replacement Steps

    1. Remove clear cover and replace the odometer reset bottom
    2. Place the panel back in its place and gently push the plug into the connecter.
    3. Replace the 4 hex head screws holding in the cluster – It’s the longer ones
    4. Replace the bezel making sure all the studs are lined up at the bottom.
    5. Install the 2 hex head screws in the top of bezel – the short ones
    6. Tighten the two nuts that held the steering column
    7. Replace the “V” shaped brace using the 2 nuts and reattach the wires you originally moved out of the way
    8. Replace plastic kick panel with the 2 Phillips head screws and 2 hex head screws. Phillips head screws go in the upper corners

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    Thanks

    Thanks for the info. Sorry if I got you in trouble for posting the link. I will look it up online. I for one am glad you replied to my post. I still wanted this but hadn't thought about it lately. When I do it I will just bring the whole car in though. If I recall you guys will do the whole thing for a bit more. That is ok for me as I am mechanically dysfunctional. - Thanks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by armnhammer1 View Post
    Thanks for the info. Sorry if I got you in trouble for posting the link. I will look it up online. I for one am glad you replied to my post. I still wanted this but hadn't thought about it lately. When I do it I will just bring the whole car in though. If I recall you guys will do the whole thing for a bit more. That is ok for me as I am mechanically dysfunctional. - Thanks.
    We do them and make them completely customized...





    That one was for Edelbrock's Dick Harrell car but we can completely customize them however you want...

    http://6litereaterdesigns.com/store/...roducts_id=102

    We even sell custom needles now...

    http://6litereaterdesigns.com/store/...roducts_id=187

    Thankfully, we hit over our 10 needed so we're still doing them. Can actually squeeze an order or two in while finishing artwork if you can pay by Friday, otherwise around tax return time we'll do another one

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    Quote Originally Posted by 6LITEREATER View Post
    We do them and make them completely customized...

    Click for full size

    Click for full size

    That one was for Edelbrock's Dick Harrell car but we can completely customize them however you want...

    http://6litereaterdesigns.com/store/...roducts_id=102

    We even sell custom needles now...

    http://6litereaterdesigns.com/store/...roducts_id=187

    Thankfully, we hit over our 10 needed so we're still doing them. Can actually squeeze an order or two in while finishing artwork if you can pay by Friday, otherwise around tax return time we'll do another one
    looks good id want something more simple like all back with maybe a white ss an the rest light up blue with white neds

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    Nice customizations!

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    Quote Originally Posted by 99ss View Post
    looks good id want something more simple like all back with maybe a white ss an the rest light up blue with white neds
    No problem. Our base overlay ($149.99) comes any color you want (black is no problem) and we use a modern font (very similar to Cobalt gauges) and do NOT have a tint to the overlay (like factory) so whatever color led you use is the true color you get

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    Quote Originally Posted by 6LITEREATER View Post
    No problem. Our base overlay ($149.99) comes any color you want (black is no problem) and we use a modern font (very similar to Cobalt gauges) and do NOT have a tint to the overlay (like factory) so whatever color led you use is the true color you get
    I'm very glad to see we met the min. I tried as hard as I could to spread the word to anyone I knew with an f body. I can't wait to see mine after it's done. Mark, how are you going to post the artwork once McNord is done with it?

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    Quote Originally Posted by armnhammer1 View Post
    Thanks for the info. Sorry if I got you in trouble for posting the link. I will look it up online. I for one am glad you replied to my post. I still wanted this but hadn't thought about it lately. When I do it I will just bring the whole car in though. If I recall you guys will do the whole thing for a bit more. That is ok for me as I am mechanically dysfunctional. - Thanks.
    Yes you can make an appointment to have GMS do it all

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    Quote Originally Posted by 6LITEREATER View Post
    No problem. Our base overlay ($149.99) comes any color you want (black is no problem) and we use a modern font (very similar to Cobalt gauges) and do NOT have a tint to the overlay (like factory) so whatever color led you use is the true color you get
    Nice work

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    Quote Originally Posted by BrianH.WS6 View Post
    I'm very glad to see we met the min. I tried as hard as I could to spread the word to anyone I knew with an f body. I can't wait to see mine after it's done. Mark, how are you going to post the artwork once McNord is done with it?
    Sorry Brian, I totally forgot you were on here and not on LS1tech... If you go on tech or my forums there is the artwork. Here's yours...



    The rest...

    http://6litereaterdesigns.com/forum/...6.msg12301#new

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    Quote Originally Posted by Granatelli View Post
    Nice work
    Thanks . Nice chatting with you

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    Quote Originally Posted by 6LITEREATER View Post
    Sorry Brian, I totally forgot you were on here and not on LS1tech... If you go on tech or my forums there is the artwork. Here's yours...

    Click for full size

    The rest...

    http://6litereaterdesigns.com/forum/...6.msg12301#new
    Haha no problem Mark... Looks exactly how I wanted it!

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