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Old 08-12-2010, 07:40 PM
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How hard is it to install a new mega race series guage in place of an old style screw style back. What are the color code of the 4 wires on the Wire Harness with these guages?
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I've been wondering the same thing, and I'd think it's pretty easy.

It's much easier probably to work w/ the small connector to attach to the existing dash wiring and then plug into the gauge than to try to screw down the wiring to a whole gauge. Depends on how long the dash wiring is and how tight the space.
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they are pretty easy to work with in the installs i have done with them which has been 3 or 4 new boats....

only thing i do is ditch the 12" pigtail and crimp on wires that are long enough to go where i want them to go as well as changing the signal wire to whatever color the guage is for like tan for temp etc....

color code is as follows
Black = Ground
Purple = 12v Key on Power
Blue = Dash lighting
Green = Signal from sender (this is the one i like to change the color to something a little more fitting

heres a 30 skater dash i just did recently using them....








here is a 30 Superboat CC i just finished with them as well....







if your doing a complete rerig of a dash then making your own length pigtails is the way to go....if your refitting then the 12" standard tails will probably come in handy IMHO......

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Very nice
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Livorsi stuff is nice.
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Opps

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Very clean rigging. What shop are you out of?
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Very clean rigging. What shop are you out of?
Accurate Marine in Bohemia NY.......
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