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RTE 64-66 Tach kit

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1964-1966 M1 Mopar tachometer Repair Kit

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Cost $75


Detailed information

Your original 1964-66 Mopar tachometer has a paper printed circuit board inside it. The original printed circuit board is by now around 40 years old, and many of the electronic components on the board are likely to have degraded over time. The new fiberglass printed circuit board that comes in our kit uses modern integrated circuits that are more reliable and accurate than the original parts. The original circuit board has an adjusting potentiometer that is open to the environment, and these pots get noisy and corroded over time. The new circuit board has high quality 15 turn adjustment potentiometers that are sealed from the environment, so they should last many years with no problem. Mopar used the same board for all the tachometers in their cars from 1964 to 1966, so this tachometer kit is the one you need for any car from that time

Once the tach sending unit is removed from the car, it takes about 15 minutes to install the tach board. If you seem to have trouble with the can, you could use the tach board without using the can. Since each tachometer meter movement is slightly different, we suggest that you calibrate the tach board using another RPM gauge so that you will have an extremely accurate tachometer. For more information on the installation, see the following links:

Tach Kit Contents: Tach board and detailed printed installation instructions.

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