JEGS 41260 5 in. Performance Tachometer with silver face sets the new standard for quality and value. We have packed all of the latest technology into this tachometer at an unbelievable price.
- Works with 1 to 12 cylinder engines
- Pedestal mount base
- Works with 0.5, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, and 6 PPR signal inputs
- Two signal input options: Green wire connects to the ignition coil, Purple wire connects to a clean tachometer signal on ignition box, ECU or tach adapter
- High-speed full sweep stepper motor movement
- Amber or white through-the-dial LED lighting
- Illuminated pointer
- Pointer return to zero feature
- Low profile case (only 2 in. deep)
- Advanced circuitry & vibration-resistant components
- Programmable (6) LED 1.5 in. super-bright shift light
- For matching gauges we recommend our JEGS 2 1/16 in. or 2 5/8 in. diameter models
5 in. Electrical Performance Tachometers
JEGS 5 in. Tachometers have a black, silver, or white face to match JEGS 2 1/16 in. or 2 5/8 in. Gauges. Tachs come complete with one-touch peak RPM memory recall, lit pointer, black housing, silver or black bezel, shift light, and mounting bracket.
What's the difference between the 555-41261 tachometer and the 555-41262 tachometer
Is this tach totally compatable to MSD box ignition? Does it require any adapters?
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