Low Key/ Detachable tach or light??

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    Lookin for a detachable (maybe) or low key tach or shift light. I would like a monster that I could take off. Anyone got any ideas or suggestions?

    Jack
     
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    I run a raptor shiftlight.I have mine hidden above the rear view mirror.Pics of it are on my web page.
     
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    I think the name gives it away
    I have the "pencil" light hidden behind the A/C vent.
     

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    AC vent idea looks cool I've heard it before but do i need anything besides the actual shift light to hook it up like an adapter or something. I heard its not that easy to put one in a modular.

    Jack
     
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    The raptor shift light needs no tach adapter at all.It has just three wires and you are ready to go.
    Works great.No chips or tach adapter needed.


    www.raptorperformance.com
     
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    jack just put a raptor in the vent, low on the center consul, or on the SIDE of the steering column
     
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