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VDO Speedometer (MPH)

$354.39
Part Number: SMC.741.101.13
Alt. Number: 644.741.101.13
Brand: Continental/VDO
Type: Reproduction
Model: All Replica Models
: SMC.741.101.13 SMC-741-101-13 SMC 741 101 13 SMC74110113
WH Rack: V-2
Item Specific ETA:
Stock: 1-2 Weeks
Qty in Stock: 0
CURRENTLY UNAVAILABLE
PLEASE SEE OTHER VERSION: SMC.741.101.14 P/N.

Genuine Continental/VDO dash gauge. We are pleased to offer this instrument dial gauge which we developed in conjunction with Continental/VDO and is much better quality then other versions made in China.

These gauges are in 100mm metal housings. (The older reproduction VDO and the Chinese gauges are in 105mm housings.) The original Porsche gauges are 100mm.

These are 12 volt gauges.

These gauges are face lighted, as the originals, not the more modern back lighted style.

The Speedometer is in MPH, 0 to 120, and is designed to be GPS driven. This means that it detects your speed from the satellites, just like your Garmin, etc. This requires the addition of a concealed GPS antenna, which is available from Sierra Madre Collection, but NOT included in this listing . Alternately it can be driven by a magnetic Hall sensor, which we do not offer at this time.  

The reason that the GPS sensor antenna and the 2 other sensors are sold separately is that there are applications where customers may already have one or more of the appropriate units already. We will post these sensors as a separate listing for all 3 as well as separately should you require only a partial set.

We are sure this new offering will create quite a few questions, so please feel free to contact us.

 

Product Reviews

Overall:
Reviewed by SMC Team, 04/03/2015

In response to questions regarding alternative methods of Speedometer drive we had a conversation with VDO Technical, and have confirmed that this speedometer uses a 12 volt square wave pulse system and can be programmed with the use of the odometer reset button to detect such signals up to 350,000 pulses per mile.  This procedure can be manually entered if the pulse count is known, or set by driving a measured mile.  Directions are available if this method fits your application.  We have not tried this, as the GPS is our preferred choice.

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