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Old 04-08-2014, 04:10 PM   #1
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Will my car still run with the cluster unplugged? Thinking about doing a custom cluster and needing to remove the old stock one.
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Yes but not recommended .... I'd at least keep oil pressure water temp and speedometer to avoid trouble even if they are just some aftermarket cheapies for now
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You can get a cluster for pretty cheap on the evilbays you can retrofit and not have to worry about running without one in the meantime. And if you booger something up you won't have ruined your original cluster.
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Planning on using autometer gauges and getting a custom made aluminum face to put gauges in.
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Yeah I have been looking at ways to make it different.
When will you be getting yours done?
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Planning on using autometer gauges and getting a custom made aluminum face to put gauges in.
The bottom left of the below quote is the Florida 5.0 cluster. You can buy them pre-made and pre-loaded with autometer gauges, working blinkers and hi beam indicator light. No idea why anyone would get a custom one made when it is available. Its around $750 when all is said and done but that's including all the autometer gauges its very reasonable. The gauges aren't exactly cheap to buy one at a time...

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Yeah I have been looking at ways to make it different.
When will you be getting yours done?
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What about Equis gauges? Anything bad about them? I've used them before and had no problem.
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