Dakota Digital Series III instrument systems offer the latest technologies and features for your custom vehicles. High brightness vacuum fluorescent displays (VFD) provide a lifetime of trouble free use while offering increased accuracy and features!
·0 -255 MPH (optional metric version 0- 255 km/h)
·0- 17,500 RPM
·0- 99 psi
·0- 300ºF (optional metric version 0- 150ºC)
·8- 17 VDC
·Blue or Teal
Digital Message Centers
·Odometer (One time user settable, Million Mile)
·Dual (A/B) Trip Meter (0- 9,999.9)
·0- 60 MPH Timer (0- 100 kmh)
·1/4 mile time
·1/4 mile end speed (trap speed)
·High speed recall
·High RPM recall
·Speedometer (0- 255 MPH/kmh) opposite scale of main speedometer.
·Turn Signals (Left/ Right)
·Cruise Control (On/ On & Engaged when vehicle is equipped)
·Gear Position (Optional GSS-3000 sensor required)
·4 x 4 (When vehicle is equipped)
·Wait to Start (When vehicle is equipped)
**Not all OEM indicator lamp functions will be replaced.
• If additional indicators are desired within the new instrument system, consider repurposing any unused indicators to suit your application.
1/8″ NPT, ground isolated sensor with a 10 ft harness.
1/8″ NPT solid state sensor with a 10 ft harness.
Cable Driven Speed Sensor/ Generator
Replaces GM style speedometer cables with a 10 ft harness. Sensor requires approximately 5″ clearance extending between the cable drive output and any obstruction. Part # 130011 (sold separately) allows for relocation of the pulse generator when additional clearance is required. (Tremec and Ford style adaptors available on request.)
Each kit comes with 1/8″ to 1/4″, 3/8″ and 1/2″ NPT bushings along with bushings for 12mm and 16mm x 1.5 threads.
Dakota Digital instruments are programmed and operated by the push of a button. Simply mount the included pushbuttons supplied with your gauges in a convenient and easily accessible location. These buttons are used to calibrate your speedometer, set the cylinder count and the fuel level gauge. Once properly configured these same buttons are used to access the wealth of information located in the Digital Message Centers.