It’d probably be similar to the same process as the digital gauge swap. Not sure though. I didn’t look into it. Didn’t seem worth it to me just to get a shift light and a digital speedometer.We need a dislike button!
Is the GT350 cluster plug & play, besides needing the correct mileage added?
- Compressing the speedometer sweep to add the 160-200 range didn't make sense for me going around town in a daily driver.
- An 8500RPM tach on a car that’s 6500 seemed weird.
- I’d lose the MyColor, which while minor, I like all my interior lights being the same color (like on cars of yesteryear)and since the buttons and controls are ice blue, MyColor lets me set my gauges to match.
- And there’s cost. I didn’t want to spend $400 on a used gauge cluster, AND pay someone to change the odometer, especially after just paying $500 to add the performance pack gauges to my car (it’s a non-PP model.)
Look around on the forum or on YouTube. I’m sure there’s someone who swapped in the GT350 cluster and described how to do it.