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Old 12-21-2003, 07:01 PM   #1
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Hey guys, Take a look at this. Do you think it will work on an 03 even though it states it's for 94-00? If so, I think this would be a very nice addition to the interior appearance. Thanks in advance for the help.

http://www.nordskogperformance.net/dp5302.html
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wow 500 bucks

as far as it working for a 03 I dont know.
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Old 12-21-2003, 08:37 PM   #3
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i think autometer has one of those for like 400 bucks
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It won't work for an 03. The changed how the guages hooked up in 01 I believe.

Now AutoMeters is just the factory replacement panel from their Lunar Serries I believe.
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thats cool lookin, not for $500
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I'd still rather have the el-glow white faces guages.
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i think that digital thing is sweet... it keeps track of quarter mile times, top speed, 0-60... thats pretty badass. Id defanitely look into buying one of those puppies
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And so does that Gtech thing....for hundreds less.
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right but its not a digital speedometer... its something different and i think its pretty sweet. The G-tech isnt completely accurate either, however that speedometer isnt going to lie to you when you hit 60. its like a dead on stopwatch, and knows exactly when a quarter mile will be thanks to the odometer. Thats the one thing i dont understand though, on a 94-98 the odometer is the little dial things, does that switch it to digital? Also that thing corrects for different tire sizes, gear ratios and that sort of thing. its like a dallas speedcal/digital speedo/gtech all in one.
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Well call me old fashion, but I like watching the tach needle rise....not the numbers.
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theres still the "needle" with the LEDs that rise
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