Dakota Digital LED Harley MPH Gauge

Harley-Davidson Dakota Digital LED Digital Information System

Dakota Digital has released the MCL-3212 LED digital information system to replace 2011-up Harley-Davidson Softail and 2012-up Harley-Davidson Dyna models with 3-3/8″ or 4″ bar mount and tank mount applications.

The MCL-3212 plugs directly into the stock wiring with no modifications need; installation is a snap!

Features include an adjustable speedometer (selectable as MPH or KM/h), adjustable tachometer that can also be displayed in the digital readout, fuel range to empty, clock, odometer with two resettable trip meters, engine cylinder head temperature, check engine indicator, security, low fuel, voltmeter reading with low voltage warning, resettable service miles, resettable hour meter, high speed recall, high rpm recall, user settable countdown service meter with warning, 0-60 mph timer, ¼ mile timer, ¼ mile speed, gear position display compatible with 3 speed through 7 speed transmissions, and adjustable rpm warning point with output for external shift light.

All of these features in one compact unit that will fit in the factory opening of the Harley Davidson Dynas, Sportsters, and some Softails. Displays self dim at night for convenience. Odometer is user settable at installation to match vehicle mileage.

Dakota Digital Harley-Davidson Gauge Versions:

  • The MCL-3212 is a high brightness BLUE LED gauge with CHROME bezel
  • The MCL-3212-K is a high brightness BLUE LED gauge with BLACK bezel
  • The MCL-3212-K-R is a high brightness RED LED gauge with BLACK bezel
  • The MCL-2011-R is a high brightness RED LED gauge with CHROME bezel

All four versions retail for $399.95 and are covered by a 24 month warranty against manufacturer defects. No additional parts needed!

For more information contact DAKOTA DIGITAL INC, 4510 W. 61ST STREET NORTH, SIOUX FALLS, SD 57107, call 1-800-852-3228 to order a catalog, or visit dakotadigital.com.

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