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  1. #61
    Join Date
    Feb 2006
    City/State
    Twin Falls, ID
    Scrambler Year
    1981x2
    Year Purchased
    2008
    Posts
    313
    Looks great. Love the built-in tach.

  2. #62
    Join Date
    Sep 2007
    City/State
    Bowmanville, Ontario, Cana, da
    Scrambler Year
    84 CJ-8
    Year Purchased
    2010
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    Quote Originally Posted by CBRogers View Post
    I like the one with the built in tach.

    It would be useful if we could add a check engine light for those that have upgraded to EFI. Maybe just a picture of an engine opposite of the high beam in the upper left part.


    Carl
    Thats a great idea!!!
    Wounds heal... Chicks dig scars...

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  3. #63
    Join Date
    Apr 2002
    City/State
    Dillsboro, IN
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    81-4,82-2,83-4,84-2
    Year Purchased
    1990
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    2,610
    Looks great.

    I'm in.
    If "WE ARE" the result of our past paths,
    we need to pay attention to who "OUR PRESENT WALK" is with,
    to prepare us "FOR OUR FUTURE DESTINATION"

    Toby

  4. #64
    Join Date
    Mar 2010
    City/State
    Fort Worth, TX
    Scrambler Year
    1981 4-spd 258
    Year Purchased
    2010
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    339
    Looks good. I'm curious, will the "brake", "4x4", turn indicators and high beams be blacked out when not in use? Is this rendering just showing all the features or is this what it will actually look like during normal driving during the daytime? Lastly, I'm assuming the bezel can be switched to suit different tastes? Thank you to those that helped and took the time to pull this together.
    1981 Scrambler SR Sport 4.2L AMC 258 I-6 T4 4-spd Manual w/ Dana 300 Tcase

  5. #65
    Join Date
    May 2011
    City/State
    Allenhurst, GA
    Scrambler Year
    1983 CJ-8 Laradeo
    Year Purchased
    2011
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    232
    and waiting, any news on an ETA to market. I'll volunteer to be a test jeep. love it and welcome them.

  6. #66
    Join Date
    Mar 2010
    City/State
    Fort Worth, TX
    Scrambler Year
    1981 4-spd 258
    Year Purchased
    2010
    Posts
    339
    Looks good. Out of curiosity, will the "4x4", "Brake", turn indicators, and high beams be blacked out when not in use? Is this rendering to show all the features or is this what it will look like during normal daytime driving? If they will be blacked out, would it be a reasonable request to see a rendering without everything lit up? I'm also assuming the bezel will be customizable to suit different tastes? Thank you to everyone that helped out and took the time to pull this together. I think it's turned out great!
    1981 Scrambler SR Sport 4.2L AMC 258 I-6 T4 4-spd Manual w/ Dana 300 Tcase

  7. #67
    Join Date
    Oct 2005
    City/State
    Rock Hill, SC
    Scrambler Year
    1981
    Year Purchased
    2011
    Posts
    728
    Great looking instruments guys! Bart, you do some great looking mock-ups!

    Safe to assume that the Voltage and Oil Pressure gauges would be designed to match the Speedometer?

    What information would you need from us to make this something you guys would build?

    Let us know! Jeff
    Finally got it running and driving the heck out of it!

    {1981 Scram - Skyjacker 2" lift, Chevy 350 Gen 1, Mallory Ign, Edelbrock Carb and Intake, Headman Headers, B&M TH350, 2.75 gears (pretty sure), 31" tires on 15x11 Enkei EK92's (telephone dials)'s, one piece axles in stock ends. Needs a paint job, but getting plenty of love.}

  8. #68
    Join Date
    May 2013
    City/State
    Orem, UT
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    Speedhut CJ-8 Speedometer and Instruments

    Help us design the ultimate gauge/set for your Jeep. Your feedback will be greatly appreciated!

    Speedhut Jeep CJ-8 Speedometer and Instrument Specs (Preliminary):

    Standard Gauge
    -LED back lighting and warning lights
    -Direct replacement of OEM gauge
    -Made from billet aluminum
    -GPS Speedometer – Reads accurately regardless of tire size, no programming required!!!
    -Temp (User Programmable)
    -Fuel Level (User Programmable)
    -Odometer/Trip Odometer
    -Turn Signals
    -High Beam
    -“Brake” Indicator (all indicators are black or not visible until LED is on)
    -“4X4” Indicator
    -Optional warning lights for low fuel or high temp
    -Optional “Check Engine” light
    -Optional Heading on LCD via GPS feed
    -Optional Elevation on LCD via GPS feed
    -Optional Clock on LCD via GPS feed

    Deluxe Gauge
    -Same as Standard plus:
    -Tachometer (programmable that works with all ignition systems)
    -Optional Shift Indicator LED (over rev indicator)

    Accessory Gauges
    -Complete line of matching accessory gauges will include: Tachometer, Oil Press, Oil Temp, Boost, EGT, Air/Fuel, Volt, Clock, and more.
    -Accessory Gauge sizes: 2 1/16" and 2 5/8" diameter.

    Thanks ahead of time!

    CJ-Speedo-2.jpgCJ-TACH-2.jpg
    Last edited by SpeedhutBart; 05-13-2013 at 12:56 PM. Reason: added images
    -Bart
    visit us at www.speedhut.com

  9. #69
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    Jan 2010
    City/State
    Fairview, TN
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    any idea what the cost would be? ball park...and time frame when available ?

  10. #70
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    ETA mid July...no details on pricing yet. Will let everyone know once we get pricing figured out.
    -Bart
    visit us at www.speedhut.com

  11. #71
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    May 2013
    City/State
    Orem, UT
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    Quote Originally Posted by Breal View Post
    Looks good. Out of curiosity, will the "4x4", "Brake", turn indicators, and high beams be blacked out when not in use? Is this rendering to show all the features or is this what it will look like during normal daytime driving? If they will be blacked out, would it be a reasonable request to see a rendering without everything lit up? I'm also assuming the bezel will be customizable to suit different tastes? Thank you to everyone that helped out and took the time to pull this together. I think it's turned out great!
    The indicators will be darkened out until the LED comes on to light them. For now, the bezel will not be customizable, but will match a complete line of accessory gauges for those that want to replace all their instruments with a matching set.
    -Bart
    visit us at www.speedhut.com

  12. #72
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    May 2013
    City/State
    Orem, UT
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bad Karma View Post
    I like it!
    Any chance there will be customisability like their other gauges?
    Yes, customization is what we do best!!!
    -Bart
    visit us at www.speedhut.com

  13. #73
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    May 2013
    City/State
    Orem, UT
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    Quote Originally Posted by 7jeeps7kings View Post
    if this has a gps speedo... 39" tires throw the speedo off just a little on my 7. I will buy one for sure. If not two (one for the 8). I'm wondering the compatability of the fuel gauge? I have a yj sending unit(no pump) in my genright tank. I know my stock cj gauge does not read my yj unit very well. Otherwise this looks like a great unit and still keeps the factory look.
    7jeeps7kings
    Beauty of GPS...no programming or modification!!! Speedo always reads true speed. Fuel and Temp gauges will be user programmable to work with a wide variety of senders.
    -Bart
    visit us at www.speedhut.com

  14. #74
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    May 2013
    City/State
    Orem, UT
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    Quote Originally Posted by FlagJeep View Post
    I like it.

    One comment - I think my gauge says "4 Wheel Drive" instead of "4x4" when 4wd is engaged, not sure if that matters.

    What would be needed to feed a tachometer in that gauge cluster? I have an engine swap and would really like to have an option like the top picture if I could make that functional.
    Tachometers will be user programmable and work with a wide variety of iginitions including coils and ECUs for the guy with the newer engine. A wire just has to be run to either and attached.
    -Bart
    visit us at www.speedhut.com

  15. #75
    Join Date
    Feb 2013
    City/State
    Halifax, UK
    Scrambler Year
    1981
    Year Purchased
    2010
    Posts
    286
    Presume there would need to be a sensor of some sort mounted somewhere to pick up the GPS signal, how big would that be?
    1981 CJ8 4.2L with TF999 Right hand drive Scrambler
    1975 CJ6 with 3.0 Turbo Diesel Power!!!

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