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OIL PRESS, PRO STEPPER MOTOR, 52MM, CLASSIC, 0-7 BAR, M10 MALE

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Quick Specs

  • Size:2-1/16" (52.4mm)
  • Type:Digital Stepper Motor
  • Range:0-7 BAR
  • Lighting:White Incandescent
  • Instructions: Download PDFDownload PDF

DESCRIPTION:

STACK Classic 52mm auxiliary instruments employ proven professional gauge architecture combining digital microprocessor accuracy with an extremely responsive and precise stepper motor needle movement. While your car is in the paddock, going through scrutineering, or on the concours field, it will retain the aesthetics of era correct instrumentation. Under race conditions however, the needle will display and move like a modern performance analogue instrument providing highly responsive and precise engine performance data when you need it most while affording additional safety by isolating hazardous engine fluids from the driver compartment.
Feature Points
  • Fast, smooth stepper motor needle drive
  • 270° full sweep movement for excellent readability
  • Remotely mounted solid-state sensors keep hazardous fluids in the engine compartment
  • Better than 2% accuracy
  • All-electronic design for maximum reliability
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QUESTIONS:

What is the minimum installation depth without and with plug?

Asked by: JoGi65
The mounting studs require the most clearance at about 3" with no modification. If you were creative with mounting and didn't require the studs, the minimum amount of depth you'd need is about 2-1/4".
Answered by: Sarah from AutoMeter
Date published: 2021-12-14

Is this range of gauges backlit? What colour is the backlighting. I´m looking for an OEM look replacement set for my 1968 Alfa Romeo 1750 50 year old OEM gauges. These are modern internally so good readings, but retro looking at the same time.

Asked by: Stephen Manjai
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