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  • Def
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    It's kind of funny driving on the street with the compressed tach. You cab tell when you are glancing at the tach because it barely moves with slow street acceleration and <3k rpm.

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  • turtl631
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    Originally posted by Def View Post
    I have a ST8103 with a 0-3k compressed, 10.5k max tach. I need to start a 2011 build thread...

    Cool

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  • Def
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    I have a ST8103 with a 0-3k compressed, 10.5k max tach. I need to start a 2011 build thread...

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  • James
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    Def what model stack did you get?

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  • Om1kron
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    oh sexy

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  • Geno
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    If its still not working PM Epstien, he built a circuit board and wired in the dual LED's on his old DEFI cluster which I used for this one. If he doesn't have the diagrams I can pull my cluster out (I've got to anyway to move the GPS antenna) and write up a diagram based on what he made.


    (I have since painted over the shiny black with a wrinkle satin so ignore the ugly)

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  • Def
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    Onto check the hazard switch! Thanks guys. I'll report back.

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  • Z28ricer
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    Yes they'll work without the cluster plugged in, but not without the hazard switch.

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  • Def
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    Really? Maybe I didn't plug it in all the way, but I thought I got that back in. That might be my problem.


    So the turn signals still work with the cluster unplugged?

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  • cazman
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    All I know is that the hazard switch controls it all.
    There are a fair few diagrams for the hazard switch arounD the place.

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  • Def
    started a topic Turn signals - how do they work?!?!

    Turn signals - how do they work?!?!

    So I installed my Stack dash, and the stock cluster harness is just hanging out behind the Stack dash and not hooked up to anything.

    It seems my turn signals don't work now. I hear no "tick-tock," and see no lights lighting up.

    Do I just need to close the circuit with some LEDs or does the cluster do something with the turn signals?
    Last edited by Def; 02-26-2011, 05:25 PM. Reason: Filter owned my pic url...
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