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Old 09-19-2004, 09:47 AM
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Digital gauges

What manufacturers make really kewl looking digital gauges ? I know of Nordskog and Cyberdyne, I'm looking for something like this

http://www.nordskogperformance.net/i...s/m9222_lg.gif

A digital gauge, but with "analog features".

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Old 09-21-2004, 08:54 AM
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Dakota Digital www.dakotadigital.com I have Nordskog Performance in my street rod. I used their five digit panel and external tach. Those are the only three people I know of making digital gauges......DAVE
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Nordskog

If you like the look of Nordskog instruments, they are available in red, green and amber. The digital gauges typically come with black bezels, but silver bezels are available upon request.
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hmmmm

yeah I guess I just got some damn expensive taste when it comes to gauges .. *lol*

There's another kind of red glow gauges .. but whoa ... expensive ... hmm made by uhmmm Defi ... or something like that
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Dakota Digital has some funky stuff! I like their tire pressure?temperature set up, that's cool.
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Your picture shows Cyberdyne gauges. I had the same setup in my pro-street 41 Chevy. Dakota Digital's stuff is really nice but they build their stuff using oddball sizes so they won't interchange with other brands.

Cyberdyne is made in the US not like the knock of that Summit used to sell that's made in China. They're not cheap but are very good quality.

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