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Product Profiles

Parts Bin: AutoMeter Battery Extenders, Jumpstart Packs & Tire Pressure Gauges

Nowadays, it seems like our garages are crammed with daily drivers, project cars, riding mowers, and maybe even a motorcycle or ATV. So if you’re in charge of your own […]

Buyer's Guides

En-Gauge-ing: Must-Have Gauges for Your Race Car or Hot Rod

Having the capability of monitoring what’s going on inside a hot rod or race car is pretty important. Gauges are critical—that’s no secret, but when you start digging you’ll soon […]

Auto Meter Tach Install Diagrams
How Tos

How to Install a Tachometer

With some exceptions, namely older diesels and Corvettes, most tachometers use electrical pulses from the ignition system to indicate an engine’s rpm. Though this method delivers an accurate reading, installing […]

Featured Vehicles / New Products / Parts

Video: Closer Look at Auto Meter’s Diesel Tach Adapter and Dash Link System

Chuckles Garage in Santa Rosa, CA built its 1,200-horsepower, Cummins-powered 1949 Ford F-100 pickup for multiple purposes. The truck, aptly named “Old Smokey,” is designed for land speed racing, road racing, […]

New Products / Parts / SEMA 2015

SEMA Show ‘n’ Tell: Auto Meter Introduces DashControl

LAS VEGAS, NV. — Auto Meter unveiled DashControl at the 2015 SEMA show—a device that organizes your vehicle’s factory display to provide performance information without modifying your dash panel. DashControl […]

How Tos / Tech

Mailbag: Troubleshooting Fuel Level Gauge Problems

You’ve got questions. We’ve got the answers—the Summit Racing tech department tackles your automotive-related conundrums. This week, we’re helping to diagnose some fuel level and oil pressure gauge troubles. W.K. Lucama, NC […]

New Products / Parts

Parts Bin: New COPO Camaro Gauges, Spray Guns & More

From time to time, OnAllCylinders will provide a peek at some of the newest products and deals that can help get your next project on track for less. Check out […]

From the Summit Racing Catalog

Reggie Triggs’ 1968 Mustang GT

Editor’s note: This story appeared previously at It’s not hard to pigeonhole an early Mustang guy. Restorers keep their Ford Mustangs just like the factory made them—hose clamps, chalk […]