excellent point. which i why i'd opt to go this route instead. i don't mind the n/a tach. it's fine and works like any other tach. you just don't get the fancy 7000rpm redline and the 160mph speedo readout. and who cares about the stock turbo boost gauge. it's worthless. the na tach is fine.Tyler H said:When I finish my Mk1.5, then I will set aside a couple of hours and do this if someone hasn't already done it.
It's not hard...just spend two hours studying the wiring diagrams and make a spreadsheet.
I already did this once to adapt a 97Gen3 engine to a 93NA body harness.
Swapping a body harness is a foolish and intrusive way to get around two hours of studying.
If everything north of the engine bay is working before the swap, why mess with it?
so you're saying i can run a turbo cluster on my na right now?redsled said:actually you can swap the cluster in plug and play then take the boost gauge out and put the volt meter in its place from the na cluster and voila
jdm cluster doesnt count that is more complicated the wiring is all backwards trust me i have the trd cluster geezzz that took some time
Search.ghostrida3 said:anyways. if anybody knws about the auto na to manual swap please post. by the way dont give me that search crap, obviously i already tried a search or i wouldnt have posted here.
Once all the bugs are worked out and the questions answered (wiring) this can be a good sticky.