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Old 02-07-2003, 11:52 AM
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Hey, i'm new here. I just wanted to share a little something, I thought ya'll should know. I was having some trouble with some of my gauges in my el camino. So I decided to finally give it some good work. I went all over the place to find some good 3 3/8 speedometer. I was going more towards analog but then I found a gauge that you were able to program for different tire sizes. It was digital of course, so I was skeptical of it. So I tried it out, and I haven't had any problems with it. It's called the Digital Performance Speedometer. I actually received some really good compliments about it when i showed my stuff off at a show. Well, just thought i'd share that with you people. I believe the company that builds these things are Nordskog. Reasonable price. And pretty easy to install from what the mechanic says.

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I have a VDO Moon digital spedo and love it. Replaced a SW mechanical. As digitalfanatic says, calibration is as easy as flicking a couple of dip switches. My only regret is this is only a 120mph scale while my mechanical one was 160mph. I liked that scale a whole lot!
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HEY DIGIT: I have a 1938 Lafayette street rod and was running stock gauges until they crashed. I bought a Nordskog Digital panel and built my own digital gauges. They are great and Nordskog has been great to work with. I would reccomend them over any other digital manufacturer based on price and service... DAVE
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