Version: GT-40

NOTICE:

There will be no shipping or production from 3/7/2015 to 3/13/2015.

The store will be open to take orders during this time, but those orders won't be completed and shipped until sometime after March 13th. Sorry about the delay.
-Adam



revlimiter Gauges - Version GT-40
revlimiter Gauges - Version GT-40

Details


  • All-plastic, hand-crafted gauge face set for all NA Miatas (89-97).
  • Matte finish. Black face, white text.
  • 8 o'clock (stock) tach/speedometer zero position.
  • 0-8000 RPM, 0-140 MPH.
  • Redline at 7000.
  • View example photos of the many backlighting color options here.
  • 0-260 km/h version available (for MX-5s in the metric part of the world).
  • 0-130 mph version also available (for UK Eunos Roadsters).
  • Completely customizable. Want a different tach/speed rotation? Different font? Something other than a black background? I can make that happen.

  • NOTE: You will need to trim some plastic out of your stock gauge cluster to make the whole tach face illuminate. This deletes the factory indicator lights (airbag, lights-up, HOLD). Instructions can be found here.
  • This set of gauges uses push-through needle stoppers. No glue required! Instructions can also be found here.

Buy the GT40 NA (89-97) Gauge set


Select to match your OEM cluster:  

Select Lighting Color:
White/Clear   Red   Amber   OEM Green   Blue   Purple   Yellow

Shipping via USPS Priority mail for US orders and either EMS or Priority International for orders worldwide. This is calculated for you at checkout.


OR customize this gauge set!

  • Custom Gauge Price: $129 + design time
    Modifications are charged on a time-required basis. Usually these requests will add $40-80 (1 to 2 hours) to the base price of the gauges. It just depends on how much you want done and how many hours it will take me.
  • Go to the Custom Order Form


Day Mode


revlimiter Gauges - Version GT-40
The gauge cluster is not included. It's just there for photos. You only get the faces.


revlimiter Gauges - Version GT-40
Inspired by the gauges worn in the Le Mans winning supercar of the same name.


revlimiter Gauges - Version GT-40


revlimiter Gauges - Version GT-40


revlimiter Gauges - Version GT-40


revlimiter Gauges - Version GT-40


revlimiter Gauges - Version GT-40


revlimiter Gauges - Version GT-40


Night Mode


revlimiter Gauges - Version GT-40
To see more gauge backlighting photos than you ever cared to see in your life, check out this page. I can make any gauge style with any color of lighting. I just don't photograph every option due to lack of time.


revlimiter Gauges - Version GT-40
This is the amber lighting. It's more orange/yellow than red. The amber is quite soothing at night and matches most aftermarket HVAC panels (including the one sold here.)


revlimiter Gauges - Version GT-40



About the Ordering Process


Every item in this store is hand-crafted, made one set at a time. Everything is made to your specs. There's no mass production. Because of this, there might be a short delay between placing your order and shipping. Gauges usually take a couple days to make. If there's a long wait list, I'll contact you via email to inform you of any delays.

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