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

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

Features & Details

  • Ultra-Accuracy in an Aftermarket Speedo
  • Programmable for Ultimate Accuracy
  • Adjusts for Gearing and Tire Changes in a Snap
  • No DIP Switches to Fumble With
  • 3-3/8” (85.7mm) Speedometer
  • Reads 0-160 MPH
  • Electrical Gauge Kit
  • LED Lighting
  • LCD Odometer Accurately Tracks Up to 1,000,000 Miles
  • White Dial Face
  • Fits all 2008-2019 Dodge Challenger Models
Sheer Speed. Leave the speedometer calibration follies behind with this ultra-accurate configurable speedo from MOPAR. It's fully programmable to accept any tire or gearing changes you might make to your Challenger. It can also keep track over the longest of hauls thanks to the integrated million-mile LCD odometer. This is the ultimate speedo.

Ultra-Capable. AutoMeter knows you have better things to do with your time than flip DIP switches. That's why this speedo can be calibrated with a single push-button and a two-mile drive. It's illuminated with modern LED's and features a 0-160 MPH range. This white face speedo surely looks good and works even better. AutoMeter stands behind it with a 1-year warranty.

Fast Install. AutoMeter makes sure this speedometer is compatible with the widest range of sending units. Mounting is easy with the included bracket. Just follow the included instructions.

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

Fitment: Details

MPN# 880036

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