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Confident and consistent gear changes with a manual transmission are key to protecting your engine from damage and extracting maximum performance every run. The AutoMeter Digital Pro Shift controller is an RPM activated switch measuring 5.125 in. wide, 2.800 in. long, and 0.750 in. high featuring a digital RPM display equipped with the tools you need to change gears at precisely the correct moment. Versatile design is lightweight and easily mounted using double-faced trim adhesive or a dual lock style fastener. This serious piece of hardware is built with the professional in mind and was developed using AutoMeter’s race proven tachometer circuitry for monitoring engine RPM with unparalleled response and accuracy. Digital Pro Shift controllers are compatible with most 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 8, 10 and 12 cylinder engines equipped with conventional or performance ignitions and operating ranges up to 16,000 RPM! Pre-terminated control output supporting up to a 3 amp draw allows for quick and easy connection of compatible AutoMeter Quick Lite, Shift Lite, and Super Lite models. Perfectly suited for use as a single stage control with user programmable set point adjustment by 10 RPM increments, advanced users will appreciate the now standard multiple activation points which allow for unique settings for each gear. Included Launch light function helps drag racers improve their 60 ft. times by nailing their ideal RPM off the starting line. Digital numeric RPM display may be disabled to minimize driver distractions during a run. Peak RPM memory recall provides quick review of the highest RPM achieved since the last clear. For more detailed driver performance analysis, 80 seconds of engine RPM playback recording is now standard. Completely review of your last pass on the digital RPM display or through a connected AutoMeter tachometer to see where you can improve your next run.
- ADDITIONAL NOTES
- Features 4 programmable shift points, adjustable by 10 RPM increments - including Launch Lite, progressive shift, and digital RPM display
- Compatible with 0.5 - 6 pulse per revolution ignition signals (1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 8, 10, & 12 cylinder engines)
- Triage engine health and setup changes using Peak RPM Memory recall with one touch review. Commonly referred to as the 'tattle tale' in the racing world, this function allows racers to gain quick insights between rounds about wheel spin, gearing and gear changes.
- Features 80 seconds of RPM recording with playback available on the digital display or via a connected AutoMeter tachometer
- 12 and 16 volt compatible, compatible with nearly every street car or race car electrical system
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Can this be connected to a Harley Davidson Twin Cam, and an older V-Rod? Would it work better triggered by the tach wire, or from a coil?Thank you for your inquiry. The 5312 is designed for automotive use. While it can be calibrated to work on most V-Twins, it is not weather resistant, and the V-Twin signal is such that the shift light may not perform well. It is not advised.Date published: 2019-09-11
What are the mounting provisions? Whats the backside look like and what is the size of the unit? My plan is to build a flip down panel under the dash to keep it hidden. What is the out put shift signal? I want to hide a large LED lamp in the dashThank you for your question. The dimensions of the unit are 5.125 in. wide, 2.800 in. long, and 0.750 in. high. The box can be mounted with the supplied mounting self tapping mounting screws. Alternatively, double-sided tape may be used on clean flat surfaces.Date published: 2019-08-06
Mine is reading 0 and my shift light is staying on. How do I fix this problem any ideasThank you for your question. I would recommend reaching out to our support team so they can go through some more in depth troubleshooting to better diagnose what the issue is. You can contact them at 815.895.8141 or https://www.autometer.com/contactsDate published: 2019-07-17
Can I use the shift light connection as an RPM trigger instead of running a shift lift?Thank you for reaching out to us. To use the 5312 as an actual shifter, you would need a relay. Give us a call at 866-248-6357 or send us an email so we can provide more details and also to make sure we understand your question: https://www.autometer.com/contactsDate published: 2019-02-18
Will this work with a 2011 Nissan 370z base model with automatic transmission.Thank you for your question. Yes, this will work on your vehicle. You just need to install it and attach the signal wire wherever you are getting a tach signal from on your vehicle. If you need further installation support, feel free to contact our support team at 866.248.6357Date published: 2019-02-08
The description and additional notes say this is a level 1 with 4 shift points. Does this mean it can activate at up to 4 different rpm's? Curious because Jegs says the 5312 level 1 can only control a single shift point.Thank you for your question. We recently made some changes with our DPSS units. We no longer have multiple levels of DPSS (level 1, level 2, etc...) and we gave our Level 1 models level 3 firmware. So this unit IS CAPABLE of 4 different shift points where the old level 1 unit was not. The description on our webpage is correct and if you have any issues getting your 5312 to do any of the function listed on our webpage, please contact tech support at 866.248.6357Date published: 2018-12-17
Hi there will this work on an 2002 rsx type s? ThanksThank you for your question. Yes, this will work on your vehicle. You will want to find the 2-wire connector located between Left Front headlight & power distribution box and get your signal from the Blue wire.Date published: 2018-12-14
Hello. I am looking to use the 5312 controller on a modified 2002 V6 Mustang. The ignition coil is a solid state unit with three coils shared between the 6 cyl. Will this unit work with that set up?Thank you for your question. This will work, however, you will need to use our 9117 tach adapter to get the correct signal.Date published: 2018-11-27
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