Has anyone done an all Digital guage setup?

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  1. WBowie

    WBowie Veteran Member

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    I can't decide if I want to go with standard guages or digital. Anyone have any advice pro or con?
     
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    I wanted to do it a few years ago, but 2 mechanics told me they're garbage.
    So I decided not to.
     
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    I'm at least going to investigate it. I've sent some inquiries off to a couple of manufacturers.
     
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    Aceshigh Veteran Member Lifetime Gold Member

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    If you do it, let me know how it looks and works out.
    I personally thought it would be cool. Not just the ones with the digital numbers, I'm talking the ones with the bars that light up, and go back and forth....would be cool.
     
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    Exactly what I was thinking! Kind of a retro Knight rider look. LOL :D
     
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    I think Dakota Digital has that setup. Well, they have a setup that has the digital numbers, and I think it mounts up to a stock bezel, or comes in one. I'm not sure. I've seen it in person though, and I'm not a fan of them. You can also look at Cyberdyne for some cool guages.
     
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    That's the place I was looking into. Couldn't remember. After looking at their site though, they all look cheap compared to the ones I saw before.
     
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    I have cyberdyne digital dash in my Z:bowtie:
     
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    Cyberdyne is great. Mechanical gauges are usually more accurate but the Cyberdyne setup is awesome!! :bowtie:
     

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