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Old 02-22-2016, 07:59 PM
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Hey, I was wondering if any of you knew if the S2k cluster fits in a 1990 Prelude SI?

Looking for something to spruce us the dash, New cluster of some sort will be nice, Digital preferably. If so, how much modification is done to the car to make ti fit/ make it work?

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Re: New Cluster

I've read about people trying several different clusters in a 3rd gen, but I've never seen anyone try an S2000 cluster. I'd say to do some research on this forum and over on preludepower.com and see if you can find anything. It's likely that if you want to do this, you'll be the first one to try it. Keep in mind that this will not be a simple swap, and will probably include a lot of wiring modifications. If you decide to do this, make sure you have the dash wiring diagrams for both your year of Prelude, as well as the dash wiring diagram for the donor car. And document it so that other members might be able to benefit from it.
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Damn, haha, I knew it was going to be hard but Im not sure if I want to be first. Ive got access to AllData and Mitchell for diagrams so I should be fine but its still a big thing to do.
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Re: New Cluster

Yeah, it's not a job for the faint-hearted LOL.

I think the first thing I would do (assuming you already have the donor gauge cluster, and if possible, the dash wiring harness), would be to test fit the gauge cluster into your cluster surround to see if it will physically fit in there. That would give me an idea of how much work I would be expecting to do to make it look good mounted in there. Honestly, if it won't look good there would be no point in continuing. Since in all honesty, the only real reason to do this if for aesthetic purposes.
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