Not sure if this is still viable, but I'm interested. I have a 92 G20 van.
Please Read!!!! I do not work for speed hut this is there charge to develop custom gauges for vehicles. That no custom gauges exsist for said vehicle.
Plus as the possiblities for modding in a g series van are endless. But if i can get everyones support that is intrested we all can enjoy a more up to date look to our vans.... Thaxs
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Ok, People here go's help me help you I need 25 people to get these gauges made. Need the the info here goes. If you have ever driven a chevy G10, G20, G30 Van you might agree the gauges on the dash aren't the easiest to read in several conditions.
Anywho if you want backlit gauges that are easy to read day or night, or your just a Car enthusiast/ Modder like me this is it. there is no place on the net to get these. I know vans aren't as speed oriented as say a monte or a malibu or even a chevelle. But i love my van and i really need anybody and everones help on this. they won't make these unless they get like 25 pre orders for it.
Now yes i do get mine free but don't think that's why I'm doing it. I still have to buy yet another if i can get enough intrest to get them made. I still have to get one for my mom's van and a few extra for myself for future project. but this will be all a moot point if it's just crazy me on the list and no one else. any way here's what they told me i have to do right from the e-mail they sent me...
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I will be sending a gauges unit to them this week to get the process started.
most of there gauges are capeble of multiple color options and are backlit. I'm sure you get the idea but check out ther site and you'll get the idea. and they're pretty cheap as custom gauges go.
i signed up way back but i guess nothing came of it id recommend getting the EBL on the thirdgen forums theres a guy fast355 that posts there who has a a G series and the EBL (which is basically a reprogrammed ECU with serial output and a digital HUD http://www.dynamicefi.com/ is the website
once i get a new engine im gonna pop that baby in
How would you see your driving statistics, such as oil pressure, fuel level, speedometer, etc? The "What's Up" program isn't designed to be monitored in real time, I don't think. At least not while you're driving. And the interface isn't attractive. I would want something that would look nice in a dash.
I guess I can replace the old instrument cluster gauges entirely with a second monitor to fit over the instrument cluster, and make the instrument panel 100% digital. It would be a dedicated second monitor. What do you think?