Sorry about that, I suppose no one answered your question in any meaningful way yet... I have been partial to the Autometer brand of gauges in general. I don't really know the differences between different gauge brands, I just know that Autometer has some good history. I prefer a gauge/shiftlight that is accurate above all else. I would just avoid the 'Faze' crap, and the other 'ricer' oriented 'looks 1st, function 2nd', type of gauges. Don't be afraid to pay some $$$ for a good one. Shiftlights aren't too expensive to begin with, MSD makes a few good ones too. Not sure if those are meant to work only with their ignition controls though.EddieB said:Anyone have pictures of your shift light? I'm looking for ideas for mounting and brands...that sort of thing... Thanks in advance
Sp00ner said:I did notice that the shift light is in the cluster, but it must be unhooked. Thank god, I hated that thing too. Made me feel like I was doing something wrong when it was on. According to the manual, it was supposed to be the best spot to shift for gas mileage. I wouldn't mind something like that, as long as I can turn it off when I don't care! It would be kinda neat to turn it on for the weekdays, try to get the best mileage possible back and forth to work, and then shut it off on the weekends.
Cool! Thanks...RedLined said:
Yea, that's the same one I can see in the cluster of the Redline, it's just not hooked up. Not that I think it should be or anything, just noticed that the 'window' is in the dash for it.dazednconfused75 said:I stand corrected. On the QC it's yellow and just to the left of the speedo.