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My 1995 Cougar speedometer, hasn't register a mile in years. So I was looking around for a core to put the gears in. I come across cluster sets once in awhile that are from super coupes that have the 150 mph head. They also have a boost gauge in place of my volt gauge.

I plan on giving my 4.6 some boost in future.

Can I use this factory boost gauge for an Eaton SC?
Thinking I should just buy complete instrument cluster from Super Coupe, or is wiring all different.
 

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It must be a 94-95 supercoupe cluster, which were the only ones with a 145 mph speedometer anyway. It plugs and plays right into the wiring, all you need to do is run a vacuum line through the dash to the engine for the boost gauge to work

None were 150, that was SHO gauges that fit 97s
 

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Got ya. Thanks for clearing that up. Best way for me to go. Where is volt gauge on Super Coupe?
 
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