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Angelo's Sedan interior
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Autometer speedo, tach, oil press, oil temp, water temp, fuel level, volts, vac. Nordskog (cyberdyne) trans temp, air/fuel ratio. Westach dual EGT. Misc LED's, some aluminum and this is what i came up with.

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Posted: 2008/11/4 6:37  Updated: 2008/11/4 6:37
Just popping in
Joined: 2008/10/28
From: Warracknabeal Vic
Posts: 16
 Re: Angelo
tipping that this datsun has no work done and is stock as a rock!!

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Posted: 2006/6/24 20:03  Updated: 2006/6/24 20:03
No life (a.k.a. DattoMaster)
Joined: 2004/5/28
From: Adelaide, South Australia
Posts: 1817
 Re: Angelo
Why would you want speedo in a race car ?

You dont really want to try to look a it when your going flat out.

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Posted: 2002/8/1 2:06  Updated: 2002/8/1 2:06
Home away from home
Joined: 2002/4/1
From: Christchurch New Zealand
Posts: 417
 Re: Angelo
whose car is this it looks like it has had some money spent of it

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Posted: 2002/8/1 13:47  Updated: 2002/8/1 13:47
No life (a.k.a. DattoMaster)
Joined: 2002/3/20
From: Melbourne, Australia
Posts: 8221
 Re: Angelo
its angelos! (no i dont know who that is either)
more seriously tho, i like the look, but in the heat of competition is it possible to check all these gauges, i plan to do a similar dash for my 1200rallycar but with less gauges hopefully bunched into one gauge more like a standard car (some 4wd's have the gauges i feel are required to keep a watch on) as i feel it will be quicker and easier to check plus i cant afford pretty ones.
angelo i hope you dont run that dash and a standard steering wheel do you?

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Posted: 2002/8/2 7:16  Updated: 2002/8/2 7:16
No life (a.k.a. DattoMaster)
Joined: 1999/12/6
From: Castro Valley,CA USA
Posts: 1191
 Re: Angelo
I have a new Grant steering wheel. I have to borrow the digital camara from my brother and update this pic.
And yea, there is too much to look at and it is heavy. The truth is this car will mainly be used on the street. If i ever do any serious racing, some of these would have to come out or i would have to at least cover the nonessentials.
Other engineering flaws... the blue high beam LED is a little too bright. It lights up my face and it's hard to see past the glare. Speeking of glare, it's a good thing i put in a dimmer for the gauge lights. The light from the dash reflects off the windshield at night. A "heads-up" display sort of effect. At night on a dark road i have to turn them all the way off. I have to extend the top of the dash about an inch to solve that.

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Posted: 2002/8/2 15:09  Updated: 2002/8/2 15:09
No life (a.k.a. DattoMaster)
Joined: 2001/2/7
From: Fort Worth, Texas, USA
Posts: 1003
 Re: Angelo
I had to laugh when you said they glare on the windshield. I have the same problem in the Chickenhawk. I had totally forgotten about that since the car hasn't been driven at night in so long.
Incidentally, if your headlights just quit working, flick the dimmer switch several times to clean the contacts. These cars don't have relays so the full headlight voltage is running throught the whole system at all times. I'll post that tidbit in the main forum too, now that I think about it.