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    1. #221
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      Gauges look great Joe. You do nice work.

      Don
      1969 Camaro - LSA 6L90E AME sub/IRS
      1957 Buick Estate Wagon
      1959 El Camino - Ironworks frame
      1956 Cameo - full C5 suspension/drivetrain

    2. #222
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      Thanks guys! I was really worried that the 2 1/16Ē gauges wouldnít fit in the space. But they did with zero space left. Crazy how things work out sometimes. Yes they are speedhut gauges. They say on their website it takes 5 weeks, but I received them in less than 3 even with custom printing.

      I also used the stock zl1 intercooler pump and bracket. Itís a really well made piece because of the rubber surround, the pump is basically floating in rubber, when the pump is on it transmits zero vibrations. Anyway, I mounted it on the drivers side frame. Hereís some pics for reference. I believe I had to reclock the pump on the bracket so that it could face in the direction I wanted.
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    3. #223
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      Loving the MB interior and the drivetrain choice.



    4. #224
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      Quote Originally Posted by joeko23 View Post
      Thanks guys! I was really worried that the 2 1/16Ē gauges wouldnít fit in the space. But they did with zero space left. Crazy how things work out sometimes. Yes they are speedhut gauges. They say on their website it takes 5 weeks, but I received them in less than 3 even with custom printing.

      I also used the stock zl1 intercooler pump and bracket. Itís a really well made piece because of the rubber surround, the pump is basically floating in rubber, when the pump is on it transmits zero vibrations. Anyway, I mounted it on the drivers side frame. Hereís some pics for reference. I believe I had to reclock the pump on the bracket so that it could face in the direction I wanted.
      Perfect. Thanks for the info
      Doug L.
      68 RS/SS Conv. DSE/Ridetech and LSA/T56 rebuild in progress
      67 RS Coupe LS2/T56 named "NutKse"

    5. #225
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      Those gauges look killer man! I love your out of the box thinking with that. It looks like a modern interpretation of the 67-68 gauge surround. Can't wait to see more.


      1968 Camaro 6.2 w/ LSA, TR6060-Magnum hybrid, Z51 brakes, 12 bolt, Speedtech, Hotchkis, DSE
      1976 T/A LS1, 6 Speed, C5 front brakes, and etc. SOLD

    6. #226
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      Quote Originally Posted by ryeguy2006a View Post
      Those gauges look killer man! I love your out of the box thinking with that. It looks like a modern interpretation of the 67-68 gauge surround. Can't wait to see more.
      Thanks Ryan! I agree, itís all coming together and really looks like it all belongs. The new Mercedes interior design is very retro.

    7. #227
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      I also ordered some turn signal indicators to go in the cluster:
      Alpinetech PLB12MS 12mm 1/2" 12v LED Metal Signal Indicator Pilot Dash Light (Single Arrow (Green)) https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07D8G1VZJ...G7W9YCRA6SZY58

      High beams:
      Alpinetech PLB12MS 12mm 1/2" 12v LED Metal Signal Indicator Pilot Dash Light (High Beam Indicator) https://www.amazon.com/dp/B0722Q4Q7H...2KYCK2C4PGNKPH

      And of course a check engine light:
      Alpinetech PLB12MS 12mm 1/2" 12V LED Metal Signal Indicator Pilot Dash Light (Check Engine) https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07D848HV1...YX64P0E0TPQ7FW

    8. #228
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      Not much of an update, but I have been wrapping up all the wiring. I also finished the gauge pod. It came out great. Iím super happy with it. Looks very oem.

      I think Iím going to have the interior guy come make door panels, recover the dash and glue in the iPad holder so that they will be all ready after the car gets painted. I also donít want anything to get scratched. I know most people do interior last so we will see what the interior guys say.

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    9. #229
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      That looks great man! I loved the Speedhut gauges that I had in my 1976 T/A, and they look right at home in that cluster. Do you plan on using those butt crimp terminals or is that for testing? If you were planning on using those butt terminals for good, I'd suggest using non-insulated seamless barrel terminals with a high quality shrink tube instead. Or better yet, do something like a Delphi GT 150 connector so that you can quickly disconnect if needed.


      1968 Camaro 6.2 w/ LSA, TR6060-Magnum hybrid, Z51 brakes, 12 bolt, Speedtech, Hotchkis, DSE
      1976 T/A LS1, 6 Speed, C5 front brakes, and etc. SOLD

    10. #230
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      I was planning to use them for good. They are only in turn signal, high beam and Check engine light. Why do you not recommend them?

    11. #231
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      Quote Originally Posted by ryeguy2006a View Post
      That looks great man! I loved the Speedhut gauges that I had in my 1976 T/A, and they look right at home in that cluster. Do you plan on using those butt crimp terminals or is that for testing? If you were planning on using those butt terminals for good, I'd suggest using non-insulated seamless barrel terminals with a high quality shrink tube instead. Or better yet, do something like a Delphi GT 150 connector so that you can quickly disconnect if needed.
      X2 on those butt connectors. They can be unreliable. Non insulated seamless with high quality sealing heat shrink is the way to go as recommended above. Or a quality connector.

      Don
      1969 Camaro - LSA 6L90E AME sub/IRS
      1957 Buick Estate Wagon
      1959 El Camino - Ironworks frame
      1956 Cameo - full C5 suspension/drivetrain

    12. #232
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      Just now zipped through your project and about the same time started on mine, and you definitely went deeper and more creative! Cool!

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