View single post by atgparker
 Posted: 08-01-2013 04:01 am
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Joined: 06-23-2013
Location: Mission Viejo, California USA
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Hey, do a search on RVC tachometer and you will find a few listings for Smiths Tachometer RVI to RVC conversion boards.
Spiyda Design does pay pal and lists on eBay. There is which has the bits and pieces for a DIY solution as well. I'm going to swap out the board on my Smiths RVI 1439/O3A so that the Pertronix ignition will trigger the tachometer correctly as it is RVI at the moment it doesn't work much above 5,000 RPM.