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Old 01-22-2021, 05:53 PM
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Hey guys, I want to upgrade my dash. I’ve seen multiple 28 Pantera’s with a multi function display incorporated with analog gauges. What MFD are you guys who have them mounted in the dash running? I did a template and max size I can get seems to be about 7.5” in width. Appreciate any info and pics you guys may have.
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Old 01-22-2021, 06:07 PM
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Could even be interested in going with a AEM display and a Chartplotter side by side and do away with analog all together. Only issue is I don’t have a ecu, just a good ole monster carb motor making power.

Would I need a converter like actisense? For the AEM?
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You might be better off putting this in the "electronics" section
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Old 01-24-2021, 11:33 AM
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Hey guys, I want to upgrade my dash. I’ve seen multiple 28 Pantera’s with a multi function display incorporated with analog gauges. What MFD are you guys who have them mounted in the dash running? I did a template and max size I can get seems to be about 7.5” in width. Appreciate any info and pics you guys may have.
Not to many people have done what you are talking about with a carb engine. Most of the newer boats that run a nice screen and some analog gauges are using the smart craft which also will display engine sensors.

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Here is a 28 Pantera dash redone


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Originally Posted by slpcamaross97 View Post
Dash looks great,where did you get the dash panels?
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You need a NoLand RS11 A/D (NEMA 2000) converter. I did it to mine and love it. Installed analog gauges for throttleman to view as backup in case the electronics fail.





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Dash looks great,where did you get the dash panels?
Its a friends boat. He had them made. All he told me is they were not cheap.
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