DIESEL TACH UPGRADE

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Due to popular demand we are offering a FREE diesel tachometer upgrade in our famous Aviator, Performance and Performance II series instruments.  Each of our diesel upgrade kits offer all of the same features as our standard kits but we include a special diesel tachometer with:

NOTE: This tachometer is for non-ignition system signals ONLY.  Will read from alternator "W" terminal, crank trigger or any other low-voltage signal .

Features:

12V Operation

4,000 RPM range

Hourmeter (engine running)

Integrated indicators (Check engine, glow plug and warning)

Service hour warning (settable)

Shift/over speed warning

2 Auxiliary inputs

Integrated Voltmeter (on OLED)

Digital input filtering

User select-able pulse settings from 2-300 PPR

Direct Drive and standalone tachometers available.

Yes we can custom print not only our other styles but also any design you like at additional charge.

 AVIATOR SERIES

DIESLE TACHOMETER CUSTOM PROGRAMMABLE CUMMINGS DURAMAX

PERFORMANCE/PERFORMANCEII

diesel TACHOMETER CUSTOM PROGRAMMABLE CUMMINGS DURAMAX

PERFORMANCE AND PERFORMANCE II BLACK

Why do I need a diesel tachometer?

Range: 4,000 RPM range is perfect for most ranges of diesel engines.  if a custom range is required, yes we can do that at additional charge

Input: Our special input for a diesel has low voltage filtering to pick up just about any low-energy signal.

User-select able programming: The input pulse setting can be set on site from 2-300 PPR (pulses per revolution)

Glow plug indicator: Standard

DIESEL TACH INSTRUCTION BOOK

Where do I pick up my diesel tach signal?

GM Duramax: Exactly the same as an LS engine from the PCM, check out our tech blog on this subject HERE>

Most other engines without a PCM:

Crank sensor: Usually on the back of the block, this counts the number of teeth on the flywheel, this is the most reliable and easy to adapt if no other sensor is available.  Its basically a speed sender for your engine.  There are also instances where the sensor is on the front of the engine and picks up on a toothed wheel behind the crank pulley.

Cam sensor: Typically on the front or back of the head.

"W" terminal on the alternator

Injector pump: Sometimes the pump will have a signal out or you can piggyback from one of the trigger wires.

 Which kits qualify for a free diesel tach upgrade?

Any 6 gauge Direct Drive package in the Aviator, Performance II or Performance Series (for now)

What if I need a custom range or graphic style?

No problem just fill out our RFQ form and lets see what we can do.  The RFQ form is HERE>