Gauges.....

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  1. 95GTSNJ

    95GTSNJ New Member

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    Hello...New to Site but need some help. Im needing to put some aftermarket gauges in my mustang like for (atleast right now)...water temp oil pressure and voltage......was looking at cyberdyne....and autometer cobalts......if anyone as any of these id love to see pics or suggestions of what i should use....would love them to match my interior and dash from factory.....or if i can change that too...let me see what you got and [email protected] :hitit: :rockyou:
     
  2. Matt94GT

    Matt94GT Legend Retired Staff SN95 Supporter

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    I would deffently go with Autometer gauges. A good factory looking location is the Saleen Clock Pod, it replaces your clock pod with one a bit bigger that houses 2 gauges. Cobalts are deffently awesome gagues I wish they were around when I bought my Lunars.
     
  3. DropTopPony

    DropTopPony Administrator Staff Member Admin SN95 Supporter

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    I actually like the lunar better then cobalt....

    You could also get the Autometer bezel cluster which houses 2 gauges near the stock location.
    http://autometer.com/cat_mountsdetail.aspx?vid=11&sid=0&mid=1&pg=1&mdl=17&gw=7

    and here is the clock mount
    http://autometer.com/cat_mountsdetail.aspx?vid=7&sid=0&mid=1&pg=1&mdl=17&gw=2
     
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    does anybody know how to install a shift light?
     
  5. Lightning Struck

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    the raptor shift lighs are cool as hell and is easy to install, check them out here..............

    http://www.raptorperformance.com/
     
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    Raptor shift lights are awesome. I put one in my car. Stick it in the ac vent :pimp2: . They are very easy to hook up as all the wires you can tap are right there in the back of the cluster.
     
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    thats where I mounted mine ;)
     
  8. yellowgt

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    I would go with the clock mount gauge.

    Here's a pic of mine.

    I have the Autometer air fuel and vac gauges.


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    that's what i'll get then. they look sweet. thanks again guys.
     
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    man I am really digging up an old thread here, but it caught my attention.
    Everyone in here is recomending the clock tower for gauges. In my 98 I don't have the clock tower?? Did some have them and some not?
     
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    Paul Legend

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    You should look into the Auto Meter Pro-comp Ultralite series gauges.
    They look great in my opnion and are not too expensive either.
     
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