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Mopar 3-3/4 in. Pedestal Tachometer w/ Shift Light - White (08-19 All)

Item CH2837
AmericanMuscle no longer carries the Mopar 3-3/4 in. Pedestal Tachometer w/ Shift Light - White (08-19 All).

Features & Details

  • Electric Tach with Insanely Fast Response
  • Reads a Full 0-10,000 RPM
  • Zero Through Full Scale in only 333 Milliseconds
  • Programmable Ultra-Bright LED Shift Light
  • 3-3/4” Pedestal Tachometer
  • Patented Air-Core Movement for Minimal Resistance
  • White Dial Face
  • Fits all 2008-2019 Dodge Challenger Models
Max Accuracy. Get a real reading of your RPMs with this white face Mopar 3-3/4 inch Pedestal Tachometer from AutoMeter. It makes a full sweep of its zero-to-10,000 rpm range in only 1/3 of a second. It used to be only mechanical tach's attained this level of response. Now, it can all be done through wires. Get modern with AutoMeter.

Super Quality. AutoMeter combines state-of-the-art electronics with their patented air-core internal movement to achieve lightning-like reflexes. The programmable ultra-bright LED will remind you of your shift points. The dial itself is illuminated by vivid and long-lasting LED's. It's this sort of accuracy that made AutoMeter an inaugural inductee into the Hot Rod Speed Parts Hall of Fame. This tach is covered by a 1-year warranty.

Simple Install. No need to run a mechanical Teleflex cable: This electric tach easily mounts to your dash. Cabling is simple, and is described in the included instructions.

Application. This white Mopar 3-3/4 in. Pedestal Tachometer with Shift Light is compatible with all 2008-2019 Dodge Challenger models.

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What's in the Box
  • (1) Tachometer
  • (1) Shift Light Cover
  • (1) Mounting Assembly
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