Bosch-Actron FST8000 Details
1960's styling reproduced with modern electronics inside and retro looks outside. Built to match original dimensions, this tach adds the final touch to your restoration. Many components are interchangeable with original 60's Sun Tachometers.
Born in the 70's, this Bosch Tachometer was an icon in speed parts circles. It sold off-the-charts and can still be found in hot rides today after 40 years of hard use. Here's your chance to own a legendary Sun Super Tach reproduced with modern electronics inside and retro looks outside. Carefully made to match original dimensions, this tachometer will put the finishing touch on your hot rod project. Many components are interchangeable with original 70's Sun Super Tachometers.
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When power is connected to the tach, the needle moves up closer to "0" RPM. But hangs below "0". When the engine is started, the tach functions like it should, but RPM seems a couple 100 RPM less than expected. Is there a calibration?
Does this tach with a MSD ignition 6AL2?
Does it come with wiring? What color is the lighting?
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