Sunpro's Faze CompetitionEL Gauges Meet the Uncompromising Standards of Demanding Enthusiasts

Sunpro’s Faze CompetitionEL Gauges Meet the Uncompromising Standards of Demanding Enthusiasts

For sport compact, performance car and diesel truck enthusiasts who demand the best for their vehicles, Sunpro offers the Faze CompetitionEL tachometer and gauge line.

For sport compact, performance car and diesel truck enthusiasts who demand the best for their vehicles, Sunpro offers the Faze CompetitionEL tachometer and gauge line.

The sleek styling of CompetitionEL gauges complements the look of today’s most popular vehicles, from the Scion tC, Honda Civic and Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution to the Ford Powerstroke, Dodge Cummins and GMC Duramax diesel pickups.

Sunpro’s Faze CompetitionEL gauges feature a bright white dial face set against blue electroluminescent backlighting, so reading them is always easy, especially at night. And due to a proprietary pointer hub design, light leakage is virtually eliminated.

"Our premium tach and gauge offerings are represented by the CompetitionEL line," said Joe Young, product manager, Sunpro. "Each is designed, manufactured and precision tested to meet our highest standards of accuracy and reliability. Since 2002, CompetitionEL gauges have been the choice for thousands of enthusiasts seeking top-of-the-line, great looking gauges."

Beyond their striking appearance, CompetitionEL gauges incorporate vibration-proof air-core meter movement, ensuring the pointer responds rapidly to system changes and sweeps fluidly across the gauge face for an accurate reading at all times. Encased in HIPS (high-impact) plastic, all Faze tachs and gauges are built for durability and long-lasting operation.

Due to their slender design, fitting the gauges in any vehicle is easy, even where dash space is limited. The CompetitionEL tachometer features a 5-inch diameter face, stands 5.8-inches tall and measures only 3.4-inches deep. CompetitionEL gauges feature a 2-inch diameter face, 2-inch housing diameter (2 1/16-inch mounting hole) and measure only 2.7-inches from the back edge of the bezel to the longest stud.

The Faze CompetitionEL line currently includes:

5-inch Tachometer (#883301)

2-inch Electrical Gauges:
• Oil Pressure (#883201)
• Transmission Fluid Temperature (#883202)
• Water/Oil Temperature (#883203)
• Voltmeter (#883204)
• Fuel Level (#883205)
• Air/Fuel Ratio (#883206)
• Boost (#883224) (0-30 psi)
• Fuel Pressure (#883225)
• Nitrous Oxide Pressure (#883226)
• Exhaust Gas Temperature (#883227)

2-inch Mechanical Gauges:
• Oil Pressure (#883101)
• Water/Oil Temperature (#883103)
• Vacuum/Boost (#883104) (0-30 in. hg vac, 0-30 psi)
• Boost (#883105) (0-60 psi)
• Boost (#883106) (0-100 psi)

CompetitionEL gauges come standard with necessary sending units, EL power supply and accessories, a wide assortment of adapters, as well as a highly detailed instruction manual (professional installation is recommended).

Colored, anodized bezels (black, yellow, green, blue and red) are available to best match to look of CompetitionEL gauges (standard brushed aluminum bezel) to the vehicle they are installed in. Universal fit gauge pods (paintable) in single, double and triple gauge configurations are available as well.

To view Sunpro’s Faze CompetitionEL meters online, visit www.sunpro.com.

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