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Early Tachs and S14 swap


Mike_B

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I am putting together a project list for my S14 swap and was wondering if the early tachs (1969) are compatible with the S14 swap?

I am sending the gauges to North Hollywood Speedometer for a refurb and they can make changes to the guts if necessary.

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i have a 70 and my tach hangs up briefly at 6k and then sort of breaks loose and hits 7k. it does it every time. i thought i had a bad tach so i swapped another in and it does the same thing. no clue why

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i have a 70 and my tach hangs up briefly at 6k and then sort of breaks loose and hits 7k. it does it every time. i thought i had a bad tach so i swapped another in and it does the same thing. no clue why

Hmmm... On an M10 coil I had no problem reaching 8k RPM. Haven't finished the S14 instal though. In my case, I can take the signal straight from the Megasquirt ECU.

BTW How is your maple spread doing tonight? He, he.

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Brake harder. Go faster.

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finished the maple butter lee. but if this is your way of asking for some i would gladly make some more for you. we would just have to talk. im not sure im "into" whatever it is youre going to do with it

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