New Vintage USA Gauge Kit Performance Series Electronic Speedometer 1969-1970

CJ's Part Number: IBK693-V
MSRP: $829.95
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Make sure to add this speedometer adapter that New Vintage USA requires to be used with their electronic speedometer.
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Product Description

New Vintage USA Performance Series Gauge Kit with Electronic Speedometer for 1969-1970 Mustangs.

New Vintage USA manufactures high quality aftermarket gauges inspired by the Muscle Car gauges of the 1960s. Each gauge is handcrafted in the USA and thoroughly inspected before shipping.

Finish off your dash perfectly with modernized gauges. The kit includes everything you need to install in the factory gauge bezel. No grinding or cutting is needed.

-Glass lens
-Stainless steel trim ring
-Easy-plug Packard connectors with color-coded harness
-Full electronic, air-core movement
-Hourmeter: You'll know exactly how many hours your engine has been running. Just install a ground-on switch
-Push-to-calibrate function. Push a button (sold separately), drive a mile, push it again, and you're done.

Gauges Included in Complete Kit:
- Speedometer: 140 MPH, Electronic
- Tachometer: 8K RPM
- Fuel Level: E-F
- Battery Voltage: 10-16V
- Coolant Temperature: 100 Degree-250 DegreeF
- Oil Pressure: 0-100 psi

Please Note: This Gauge Kit does not include a speedometer sending unit. Electronic speedometer requires a 16 pulse generator sending unit adapter to convert the transmission mechanical Speedometer drive to an Electronic signal.

This kit contains everything necessary for installation in your existing stock or reproduction instrument bezel, including gauge support mount bracket and adapter bushings. Each gauge includes the required sending units for the temperature, oil pressure and fuel. Assembly is straight-forward, with detailed, step-by-step instructions included.

*Kit does not include an instrument bezel/panel.
*Kit requires assembly and wiring, not assembled as shown in photos.

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Product Questions

Hi, are the gauges mechanical

Asked by: fast larrry
No they are electric.
Answered by: rk cjpp
Date published: 2016-05-06

I have a 1970 Mustang with a standard dash ie not tacho, will this instrument cluster fit and does it come with the wiring to suit for this new instrument cluster,so that all instruments will work and related sensors for this dash assembly

Asked by: Will Tonkin
No, this one won't work - it includes a tach and only fits in the existing bezel, so you'd need to either use a non-tach instrument gauge package or replace your bezel with one that includes a tach.
Answered by: CJ Pony Parts
Date published: 2015-07-23

I regards to the instruments for your part number 1BK693V, can you supply the speed to read KPH instead of MPH, as I live in Australia

Asked by: Iceman
This one only shows speed in MPH.
Answered by: CJ Pony Parts
Date published: 2016-08-28

Looking at the questions below , you say a non tach bezel is no good.Looking at the after market ones that you say will fit the tach , they look identical with the two large holes and the two small either side.Could we just take the old gauges and replac

Asked by: musssy

Hi I purchased a new set of vintage gauges for my 1970 mach 1 cobra jet whilst the speedo and rev counter fit ok the two outside gauges do not sit properly in the bezel is this normal or are we doing something wrong Kind Regards Mike Devlin

Asked by: Paladin
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