WTB: Piazza Analog or Digital Dash Cluster

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WTB: Piazza Analog or Digital Dash Cluster

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As above, preferably an analog one. Cheers
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Whats your offer for an analog?
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Pm sent.........
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BUMPSKI!!!!!!!!
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no one?????????????
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BUMP !!!!!
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I have analogue ones but they are off non turno cars so have a volt meter instead of boost guage. you will need wiring plugs as well if changing from digidash

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forgot front view


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And you will need to invest a lot of time into working out the wiring to convert to analogue.


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I had to buy all my manuals whats wrong with your wallet?

I bought a propper hard copy of the Piazza workshop manual, cost me $220 on eBay and it is missing a couple of sections. Your lucky, poida did all the hard work and thats why this site can sell them so cheap, he scanned in every page.
I think the Impulse one cost me a bit over $40 to buy and get mailed from the US.

What do you expect me to do, post them to you so you can loan them and live on the promise that you will send them back. My library does not leave my house.



You will need the Piazza one for the aussie car. Will take you a month to sort that out, its a crap diagram. Well diagrams theres about 10 of them or more that will be relavant to what you want.

Then you will need to buy a manual from the US for an impulse with a G200Z in it to get the pinouts for the analogue cluster.


I will give you this for free, you might be able to get those round plugs that go on the back of the analouge dash from a KB Rodeo.
Best i can tell the actual speedo and the tacho are the same ones as in the Rodeo.


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Rodeobob wrote:I will give you this for free,
So do I have to pay for advice?
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So do I have to pay for advice?
I don't think that is what Bob is saying, when i have sold analogue dash clusters in the past I have always managed to also supply wiring plugs. If you spend a bit of time on the site groping about you might find the relevant wiring diagrams for both as I am sure I posted them some time back.

What Bob is saying I think, and good on him, is support the site and pay for the extremely cheap Piazza manual that supports our FREE to you site with the plethora of advice already posted on a massive number of topics and advice. Some very basic and a lot very highly technical.

If you do that you will find most of the answers and as an active financial supporter you may find other assistance and advice more forthcoming.

After all, where else are you going to go for Piazza advice, The states? good luck. We have members form Norway, Sweden, USA, UK, Romania as well of all places and for very good reason.

I can't belive you can't find 12 bux for a manual, I know aussies are a bit careful with a dollar, after all, look at Bob, his ring piece would be watertight to 50 fathoms and he squeaks when he walks. Mind you that might just be his dodgy hip.

So save up you pennies and take a leap of faith
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holden wrote:
Rodeobob wrote:I will give you this for free,
So do I have to pay for advice?
No your free advice was you can get the plugs from a KB rodeo (cant remember if it was only the sports dash ones or not)

And if you want the wirring diagrams you can buy one here and one over there.


Thats all for free. If you ask the right questions you will probably get more for free too. Im not a total arsehole despite what my eX thinks.


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Aw c'mom Bob no one thinks you are a total arsehole. I'm sure the german once called you a half arse. Then again maybe he didn't and i'm just trying to stir up trouble. Its the only fun I get these days!
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