Amega Series Tachometer, 7000 rpm, O/B & 4-Stroke Gas Engines
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SIERRAAmega Series Tachometer, 7000 rpm, O/B & 4-Stroke Gas Engines

$89.99

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Model # 5343686 | Mfg # 58255PUPC # 731957419538

Specs

Amega Series Tachometer, 7000 rpm, O/B & 4-Stroke Gas Engines

Name Value
Type Tachometer Gauges
Size 3" Diameter
Voltage 12 Volt DC
Cutout Size Fits: 3.43" Mounting Hole
Fog Resistant No
Backlighting Color White/Red
Perimeter Lighting White
Domed Lens Yes
Bezel Style Black/Flat
Background Color Black
Numerical Color White & Red
Night Illumination No
Scratch Resistant Lens Yes

Product Overview

Amega Signatures Series Instruments feature a black bezel with white and red graphics on a black background offering a simple and modern look for your boat.

This Amega Signature Series Tachometer Gauge for outboard or 4-stroke gas engines displays engine speed up to 7000rpm. The easy-to-install kit is a simple plug and play replacement for OEMs.

Gauge features a black dial gauge, white letters with red tick marks, and a vivid white pointer for easy readability during the day. The thru-dial and perimeter lighting enhance readability at night. Scratch-resistant curved glass lenses feature near flush bezels that are low profile and follow the curve of the lens eliminating water getting trapped inside.

Key Features

  • Perimeter and thru-dial lighting for night readability
  • Dial range is 0-7000rpm
  • Gauge size is 3”

For more information regarding this instrument and the complete range of the Amega Signature Series Instruments, please refer to the Amega Series Instrument Overview.

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