This page show my instrument cluster modification, step by step. If you need
a complete procedure in order to do this and more...go to: http://www.mazdarace... Show morer
Thanks Mazda Racer guys.
My 1994 Mazda Protege cluster plus Otto Racing silver reverse
glow gauges. You can buy it at http://www.procarparts.com
Option1: Colors blue, green and red. Plus two blue bulbs placed in
the original holes in order to illuminate the needles and odometer.
Option2: Colors blue and red. Plus two blue bulbs placed in the
original holes in order to illuminate the needles and odometer.
Daytime look. Nice too! isn't it? Show Less
This is my engine with just a little bit modifications: APC air filter, AC-Delco battery, Ractive strut bar, Stinger: wires, battery terminals, fuses holders... Show more, fuses.Updated with K&N air breather, Corksport Oil Cap, MotoRad Raditor Cap, Accel Superstock spark plug wires, ground wire kit.Close up...K&N air breather & Corksport Oil CapClose up...K&N sticker in the fuse box & APC 3" air filterClose up...AC-Delco battery & Stinger battery terminalsStinger fuses holders. They protect my 3 amplifiers head unitThis is my ground wire kit, made by myself using Stinger Custom Pro 8 Gauge cable terminals rings heat shrink tubes. Thanks to Wil Fellows http://www.projectmazda.com/tech/howto/groundwireCable #1 76cm (30") from battery(-) to engine near to distribuitor(pictured)Cable #2 51cm (20") from engine to transmision ground(pictured)Cable #3 37cm (14.5") from transmision ground to LH accesories ground(pictured)Cable #4 84cm (33") from battery(-) to injection system(pictured)Cable #5 48cm (19") from injection system to relays ground(pictured)Cable #6 75cm (29.5") from relays ground to engine(pictured)Cable #7 59cm (23") from engine to RH accesories ground(pictured) Show Less