1933-1934 Ford Car Analog Instrument System
Overall: 11.665" W x 5.785" H
*Includes new chrome bezel shown
·0 -160 MPH (optional metric version 0- 255 kmh)
·0- 8,000 RPM
·0- 80 psi
·100- 260ºF (optional metric version 40- 120ºC)
·E, 1/4, 1/2, 3/4, F
·9- 17 VDC
·Back lit technology is popular with performance instrumentation due to precise lighting allowing you see what is truly important when you really need it at a quick glance. Each number, tick mark, annunciator, needle, indicator and digital message center is lit by a series of LEDs behind the gauge face.
Digital Message Centers
·Odometer (One time user settable, Million Mile)
·Dual (A/B) Trip Meter (0- 9,999.9)
·Clock (12 hour)
·0- 60 MPH Timer (0- 100 kmh)
·1/4 mile time
·1/4 mile end speed (trap speed)
·High speed recall
·High RPM recall
·Speedometer (0- 255 MPH/kmh)
·Tachometer (0- 9,900 RPM)
·Oil Pressure (0-100 psi displayed in 1 psi increments)
·Water Temperature (100- 300ºF/ 40- 150ºC displayed in 1 ºF/ºC increments)
·Voltmeter (9- 17 VDC)
·Fuel Level (0-99% full)
·Auto-contrasting LCD display for optimal view in the brightest of sunlight.
·LED backlit at night to match/ complete the look at night.
·Turn Signals (Left/ Right)
·Cruise Control (On/ On & Engaged when vehicle is equipped)
·Gear Position (Optional GSS-2000 sensor required)
·4 x 4 (When vehicle is equipped)
·Wait to Start (When vehicle is equipped)
sVHX Specs Ford No Speed Sensor (bottom)
·1/8" NPT, ground isolated sensor with a 10 ft harness.
·1/8" NPT solid state sensor with a 10 ft harness.
Cable Driven Speed Sensor/ Generator
·Comes with plug to block off stock Speedometer Cable output. Uses stock Ford Speed sensor (see Quick Start Manual for details).
·Each kit comes with 1/8" to 1/4", 3/8" and 1/2" NPT bushings along with bushings for 12mm and 16mm x 1.5 threads.
·Dakota Digital instruments are programmed and operated by the push of a button. Simply mount the included pushbuttons supplied with your gauges in a convenient and easily accessible location. These buttons are used to calibrate your speedometer, set the cylinder count and the fuel level gauge. Once properly configured these same buttons are used to access the wealth of information located in the Digital Message Centers.
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