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Mopar 3-3/8 in. Speedometer - Electrical - Black (08-19 All)

Item CH2820
AmericanMuscle no longer carries the Mopar 3-3/8 in. Speedometer - Electrical - Black (08-19 All).

Features & Details

  • Super-Accurate Aftermarket Speedo
  • Configurable to Match Gearing and Tire Changes
  • Single Push Button, 2-Mile Drive Calibration
  • 3-3/8” (85.7mm) Speedometer
  • Reads 0-160 MPH
  • Electrical Gauge Kit
  • LED Back Lighting
  • LCD Odometer Reads Up to 1,000,000 Miles
  • Black Dial Face
  • Fits all 2008-2019 Dodge Challenger Models
Speed Tracker. A speedometer can keep you out of jail, or put you inside one. Thus, it pays to get a good one. This MOPAR 3-3/8" Speedo is accurate no matter the tires and gearing you're running on your 2008-2019 Dodge Challenger. Stop fumbling around with gadgets meant to hack your stock speedo into some semblance of accuracy. Go with a proven leader in automotive gauges, AutoMeter.

Super Speedo. The key to this speedometer's accuracy is configurability. It can be recalibrated with the single press of a button and short two-mile drive. No need to open a panel and mess with DIP switches. The black dial face is backlit with modern and efficient LED's. The LCD odometer reads 0-160 MPH and up to 1,000,000 miles. That's a lot of miles and a lot of smiles from AutoMeter. It's backed with a 1-year warranty.

Breezy Install. This speedo is compatible with most sine-wave and hall-effect speed sensors. Install is a snap. Follow the enclosed step-by-step instructions.

Application. This Mopar 3-3/8 in. Black Electrical Speedometer is compatible with any 2008-2019 Dodge Challenger models.

Fitment: Details

CA Residents: WARNING: Cancer and Reproductive Harm -

What's in the Box
  • (1) Speedometer
  • (1) Bracket
  • Installation Hardware
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