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 Post subject: Re: wiring a monster tacho up into ford EF
Posted: Fri Nov 12, 2010 9:15 pm 
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Can't you buy just a shift light that will work of the std tach pulse? :? Or so I thought...
Tim
that's what mine basically is :) It's just got the digi rpm in the middle of it :) With "just" a shift light how do you set the rpm for each change? Autometer used to have pills but they were only one Rpm, the new one which I have you can have the shift light come on at 6000rpm for 1st to 2nd then 5250 for 2nd to 3rd then 4500 to 3rd to 4th and 4000 from 4th to 5th or what ever random rpm you want to use.

 

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 Post subject: Re: wiring a monster tacho up into ford EF
Posted: Fri Nov 12, 2010 10:30 pm 
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timmytimtim wrote:
Can't you buy just a shift light that will work of the std tach pulse? :? Or so I thought...

Would be keen to see what you've done with your aftermarket gauge there... Can't quite follow what your saying...

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Yeh you can, but I got the tacho for $25 as the case was dented, you wont get a shiftlight for that.

DR HEMI - individual stand alone shiftlights have a dial and cyl switch on them, though you cant choose rpm per gear... not sure why you would want to though...

 

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