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f3 to f4 cluster conversion

Just saw a youtube video where someone converted their f3 gauge cluster to an f4's. Didn't show any details, just the end result. Anyone else try this? Is it complicated? Issues? Thanks
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Just saw a youtube video where someone converted their f3 gauge cluster to an f4's. Didn't show any details, just the end result. Anyone else try this? Is it complicated? Issues? Thanks
main thing is compare harnesses. are they plug and play? that sorta thing. here is a website that might help. just go here and they have dealer diagrams to look at things. Cheap Cycle Parts Hopefully this helps.

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Re: f3 to f4 cluster conversion

i saw that vid too. he does explane that some wire swiching around was needed. see the vid again and ask how he did it and maby hell tell you
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Re: f3 to f4 cluster conversion

the plugs look a little different to me. might wanna investigate that. i dont see why it would be too hard though man. electrical stuff stumps me sometimes but im good with the basics.

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