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I'm just wondering, do they make these gauges for V6 98 -02 accords? I have seen some of you on here with these gauges. All I can find on the internet is S7 gauges for the 4 cylinder accords.

How hard is a installing gauges? I have heard that if its done wrong, your needles will get stuck?
 

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Difference isn't huge, v6 and i4 have different redlines in the gear ratios so it'll js be off like 2-4k rpm. Also install is fairly easy, js buy double sided tape(removeable not permanent) and tape em to your stock face gauge. If you've never removed your dash en gauge cluster then I'd have someone do it for ya.

Search for installation, there's many threads with pics and details for your use.
 

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if you do it, more than likelyyou will break your speedometer or one of the other guages,if they dont break it is agood possiblity they will stick. lots of people havehad prolems wit this
 

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mista jc said:
Difference isn't huge, v6 and i4 have different redlines in the gear ratios so it'll js be off like 2-4k rpm.
i know the i4 and v6's have slightly different redlines but how would there be a 2-4,000rpm difference?
 

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Oops, meant 2-4 hundred not k. LOL, good looking.
 
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