Version: GT-40


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

Details


  • All-plastic, robot-cut gauge face set for all NA Miatas (90-97).
  • Matte finish. Black face, white text.
  • 8 o'clock (stock) tach/speedometer zero position.
  • 0-8000 RPM, 0-140 MPH.
  • Redline at 7000.
  • Dummy lights below the tach (airbag, lights-up, hold) are eliminated.
  • Your choice of lighting color. Examples of backlighting color options are here.
  • Shipping calculated at checkout. US customers receive Priority Mail. International orders will be sent via EMS or Priority International.

    Read the NA Gauge Installation Tutorial


Buy the GT-40 NA (89-97) Gauge set - $129 USD

Select to match your OEM cluster:
Select your lighting package:
Select Lighting Color:




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.
  • Completely customizable. Want a different tach/speed rotation? Different font? Something other than a black background? I can make that happen.
  • Check out some of the custom work I've done for other customers.
  • 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


revlimiter Gauges - Version GT40
Add a GT40 HVAC panel to your order for a complete interior look.


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



The Packing List


revlimiter Gauges - the package

What You Get:
  • One (1) set of genuine revlimiter Gauge faces.
  • Bulb condoms or LEDs if ordered.
  • Pair of no-glue, push-through needle stoppers.
  • Pry tools to remove OEM gauge needles.
  • A dry dust cloth.
  • Pair of gloves.
  • One-sheet installation guidelines.
  • Stickers and other goodies.
What You Do NOT Get:
  • A full cluster. This is a set of gauge faces only.
  • Gauge needles. You will have to re-use your stock needles/pointers.


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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