This is a discussion on tachs within the General Help forums, part of the LSx Technical Help Section category; ok im looking for a tach with shift lite i want a small one can anybody steer me in the ...
11-02-2006, 04:15 AM #1
ok im looking for a tach with shift lite i want a small one can anybody steer me in the right direction
11-02-2006, 07:53 AM #2
Stewart Warner Ultra Shift Light/ Digital Tach
I purchased the Stewart Warner about three months ago. It works great and installation was about three hours. Had the wire through fire wall problem everyone else has with a F Body.
Part Number: 114919
It's a digital tach -- and a shift-light -- plus it gives you peak RPM recall. No plug-in modules required - just a 3-wire hook-up. 13,000 RPM, Adjustable Brightness LEDs, gray body on the original model, paintable version now available. Includes mounting screws, night cover and instructions.
Blue LED color.
1-5/8" x 5" long
Features At A Glance:
Up to 13,000 RPM & 1, 1.5, 2, 2.5, 3, 4, 5 & 6 PPR
Stand-alone unit - no plug-in pills or modules needed
Peak RPM recall, adjustable in 10 RPM increments
Microprocessor driven - program via two buttons on back
Super-bright LEDs, fast-responding w/advanced directional lighting patterns
Three levels of brightness or use night cover
Display for shift-alert, real-time RPM(tach), peak recall and programming
Built-in tach displays real-time RPM - you can turn display on or off if required
Rugged aluminum tube - tough, compact & lightweight
Clean design - fasteners only at rear of unit
Dust-proof & easy to clean2000 Z28 M6, SLP Lid, SLP Bellows, SLP UD,
P&P Maf, TB By-Pass, PS Shorties, LS6 Intake, FAST 78mm TB, Hooker CB, Hurst Billet, Front Tower Brace, small 218/218....527/527....114 cam.
11-02-2006, 08:16 AM #3
1999 Camaro SS/ Pewter/ #1775 - LS1 6-speed - Predator 3 Custom Tune - Pro 5.0 - LS7 Clutch - 3.90's - Koni's - Strano Springs and Sway Bars - SFC's - Full UMI Chassis and Suspension - LS6 Intake PnP TB - ARH LT's and Kitty Ran Away - Magnaflow.
- Join Date
- Sep 2006
- Canby, Oregon
- 1999 Camaro SS-M6 #1775
12.6 at 112
11-02-2006, 12:40 PM #4
89 lx those are pretty sweet where did you mount yours 3 hours on the install damn seems like nothing is so easy to install on theses cars lol
11-02-2006, 02:35 PM #5
On the Steering Column
I put mine on the steering column with velcro. Didn't want to drill holes in case I want to sell the car in the future. Two small pieces was all that is required, the thing is nearly weightless. I cocked it slightly to the left of center. I am color blind but when it lites up (blue) at 5300 you can't miss it. The cable tucked up very nicely under the instrument panel to the column.
11-04-2006, 02:58 AM #6
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