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Old 01-30-2003, 04:17 PM   #1
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Question GF8 + STi V7 gauge cluster question

If I do a JDM STi V7 conversion into a GF8 wagon, what kind of gauge cluster will fit into the GF8's dash and will work with the V7 drivetrain?

I heard that Cobb can modify the V7 gauge cluster to somehow fit into the dash. Is this true and can anyone do this?

I'll be using the JDM ECU instead of the one that came with my CDM GF8.
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Old 01-31-2003, 11:46 PM   #2
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Until you actually swap in the the ej20t you own a GF4 not a GF8. Just like you never had a GC8, you had a GC6. Get it straight.(lol)
To get the cluster working is something an experinced swapper an take care of by either splicing the wires or using the cluster that matches the ECU. Cobb does have some fixes for some swaps but not all.
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