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Instrument cluster swap-Answer ASAP please

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mylittlehoneybears
Posted: Tue Jun 26, 2007 10:31 am
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I have an 85 iroc z with a 145 speedometer

I would settle for a 110 spedo, but will a 110 fit, will i have to have that bezel or beauty panel to put around it? and if so from what years?

Thanks in advance!
1985 IROC-Z, 305TPI. In the works. Plan to put a T56 in it soon.
 

 
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I just (as in just tonight) swapped my 140 km/h (110 mph) cluster (with broken gas gauge) for a 180 km/h (145 mph) cluster, the 180 cluster fit right in place of the 140 cluster and all i needed was the cluster itself, you don't need the clear plastic piece, or the beauty bezel. you just need the white backing that holds the gauges, and the gauges them selfs.
(and my gas gauge now works too, so i can now watch the needle fall as i get 10 MPG going about 190 km/h)
1986 Sport Coupe - 350, Bored .030, KB Flat Top Pistons, 10.5:1 Compression Ratio, Edelbrock Performer Intake Manifold, L31 Vortec heads, Comp Cams 12-234-2 (for now)
 

 
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So you went from a 110mph guage toa 145. I was wondering about a switch from a 145 toa 110 mph guage. Since i already had a 145 in it, it is shapped taller, and i was wondering about the switch to a 110. Did your 110 have a buety bezel on it?
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they will both interchange with no issues, and i used the black bezel that i already had in my car (on the 110) for the 145 cluster.
1986 Sport Coupe - 350, Bored .030, KB Flat Top Pistons, 10.5:1 Compression Ratio, Edelbrock Performer Intake Manifold, L31 Vortec heads, Comp Cams 12-234-2 (for now)
 

 
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Ahh Okay, thanks for the info! Ive have problems with my 145 cluster right now, the fuel tach and temp guages are not working properly, and the 145 's are hard to find,.
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If it is just the fuel, tach, and temp themselfs you may be able to keep your 145, when you order a new cluster you can take those specific gauges off the cluster (they just pull off) and try them in your current cluster, although that will only work if its the gauge itself and not the cluster behind the gauge thats broken
1986 Sport Coupe - 350, Bored .030, KB Flat Top Pistons, 10.5:1 Compression Ratio, Edelbrock Performer Intake Manifold, L31 Vortec heads, Comp Cams 12-234-2 (for now)
 


 

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