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post #1 of 9 (permalink) Old 08-18-2005 Thread Starter
 
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Gauge Cluster swap

Does anyone know if the Autometer Lunar Complete gauge cluster will work in the 2003 GT, i see the 99-02, but cant find an 03, do they make one? or will the 02 version work for my 2003?

Also does anyone have pics of the Simco gauge swap like this one:
http://www.mustangtuning.com/sigaincl9gt.html

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post #2 of 9 (permalink) Old 08-20-2005
 
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HERES SOME SIMCO GAUGES ON MY 02 GT

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Man, those look great, thanks

Now is there any way you have a night shot, with the lights on, im really wondering what the green illumination, or blue illuminaiton looks like, im worried its going to look stupid.
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HERES SOME SIMCO GAUGES ON MY 02 GT
-- where did those come form?

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-- where did those come form?
Go to Mustangtuning.com and look under Mustang Style. They are pretty sick, and they are 1/2 the cost of the autometer lunar swap. plus thier silver not white, i like silver better, matches my mach 1 knob and my pedals better.
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i prefer the autometer gauges....the price you pay is the difference in quality and workmanship.....not really feeling the "mustang" on the gauges, kinda reminds me of the broncos logo....
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just for your information enorbit3 the worksmanship and quality are the exact same because simco is made by autometer thats just my .02
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Does anyone know if the Autometer Lunar Complete gauge cluster will work in the 2003 GT, i see the 99-02, but cant find an 03, do they make one? or will the 02 version work for my 2003?

Also does anyone have pics of the Simco gauge swap like this one:
http://www.mustangtuning.com/sigaincl9gt.html
Got mine from MRT. At night I have to turn down the brightness. It lights up the whole car if I don't. It looks BA. The MRT unit says "MRT Interceptor". I think that is the icing on the Cake.
http://www.mrt-direct.com/mustangracing/cluster.php
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just for your information enorbit3 the worksmanship and quality are the exact same because simco is made by autometer thats just my .02
my mistake.....either way...i prefer the autometer cluster...not to knock yours or anything...to each his own.....
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