revlimiter Gauges - Version Redline
- All-plastic, robot-cut gauge face set for all NB Miatas (98-05).
- Matte finish. White face, Black text.
- OEM speedometer zero, tach zero at roughly 4:00 to place redline at 12:00.
- 0-9000 RPM, 0-150 MPH.
- Redline at 7000.
- High beam indicator is relocated to the left corner above the fuel gauge in place of the CRUISE or low fuel indicator.
Stock CEL position.
- Other indicator lights (ABS, HOLD, pass airbag) are eliminated.
- Your choice of ghosted 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 NB Gauge Installation Tutorial
Buy the Redline NB (98-05) Gauge set -
$129 116 USD
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