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Old 01-16-2013, 03:21 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Hi,i have been looking at some rally pacs for my mustang and have noticed that there are some differences between some of them.I was wondering what kind would be best for a coupe mustang and if i got a reproduction what is the best one to get on a budget.All i want it for is for the rpm gauge,is there another way to get this cheaper?Thanks in advance for all help.
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Old 01-16-2013, 04:10 PM   #2 (permalink)
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You could buy a tach from sun pro for much less money. Rally pac is more for show- although I have one for my 64.5 convertible (scott drake re-production). If you want one be prepared to spend upwards of $300, and the one you would want for your '66 is the low profile model. I have one, I thought it was worth the extra expense. John
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Old 01-16-2013, 04:26 PM   #3 (permalink)
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Also, "regular" 289's got a 6k tach, HiPo got an 8k.
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Also, "regular" 289's got a 6k tach, HiPo got an 8k.
6 cylinder cars also got a 6000 rpm tach.

The Rally Pac is a very cool touch, and you'd be surprised how much use you'll get from a clock that works.

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The Rally Pac is a very cool touch, and you'd be surprised how much use you'll get from a clock that works.
Plus they look GREAT in these cars. I'm planning to replace the clock in mine with a fuel pressure gauge.

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Plus they look GREAT in these cars. I'm planning to replace the clock in mine with a fuel pressure gauge.

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Really? In the long run the clock will be more useful. I use it more than the tach.
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Old 01-16-2013, 06:25 PM   #7 (permalink)
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Plus they look GREAT in these cars. I'm planning to replace the clock in mine with a fuel pressure gauge.

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I'd like to try a Speedhut oil pressure gauge...
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I would agree on the clock thing. Tach is a little hard to read and I go mostly by the sound when really punching the vert. They just look good.
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Does anyone actually sell the rally pac frame without the gauges?
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Does anyone actually sell the rally pac frame without the gauges?
Yes. I think I recall seeing a repro at CJ or NPD. There's also a homemade thread here on VMF.
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I found one Scott Drake makes. Doesn't what EXACTLY the size gauge fits, but it says when using 2 5/16 gauges, it needs modification. So I'm not sure if that's the size you can only use, or something smaller. http://www.cjponyparts.com/scott-dra...5-1968/p/RPHS/
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Naw, he needs one of these. You can't see the numbers
on a Rally Pac...... they're too small.
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Old 01-16-2013, 07:29 PM   #13 (permalink)
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I got something like that:
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+++1 on 22GT, I really got used to having a clock in my "modern" cars and really
missed it in my 64.5. I have a SD unit, it has worked great since I put it in 2 years ago, and the clock keeps perfect time. The SD unit looks great and is a snap to
install. Be aware the illumination is white and will not match your stock blue
type dash lights. I do not consider this a big deal, some people do.
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Hey Leon. What size do you have? I didn't see any 2 5/16 clock gauges. Also did you have to modify it? If so, what did you have to do?
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