It may be hard to believe to some of our younger readers, but there was a time when the SN95 Mustang, built between 1994-2004, was the bee’s knees in the automotive. Picking up hot off of the heels of the Fox Body’s popularity, the SN95 Mustang took what was already there from the Fox generation, and brought it up to modern standards of the time.
With contemporary styling, better build quality, interesting performance packages, and later, more modern Modular engines with more power than ever, the SN95 could very well be a future collector car in years to come.
That said, the market on these cars has never ben better, if you’re looking to buy, and bargains can be had just about anywhere. As a result, there’s something of a resurgence with these cars happening right now, and our friends at Dakota Digital get it.
Announcing the 1994- 2004 Ford Mustang VHX Instruments from Dakota Digital
First appearing in 1994, the SN95 Mustang dash was deemed acceptable to carry on all the way to 2004*. With their growing popularity, no doubt spurred on by LS and Coyote conversions, we just couldn’t ignore these cars any longer!
Use your stock instrument housing and bezel for installation, and enjoy up-to-date, modern instrumentation that is compatible with nearly any drivetrain – stock or otherwise! Auxiliary readings (think: boost, trans temp and more) can be added and displayed in the LCD message centers.
Fully lit needles, backlit faces, and highly visible LCD message centers are a few of the things that you can see which set the VHX Series apart from yesterday’s traditional approach to instrumentation.
A few of the features which you don’t normally see are the micro-controlled precision stepper motors, solid state sensors for unparalleled accuracy, and user-customizable display feedback, all supported by an unrivaled limited lifetime warranty which has become the standard for Dakota Digital instrumentation systems.
Completely engineered and manufactured at our facility in Sioux Falls, South Dakota, the VHX Series has completely revolutionized the instrumentation industry!
* Model years ’96-04 using the factory drivetrain may be required to disable the PATS system prior to removing the OEM gauge cluster. Removing the OEM gauge cluster prior to disabling the PATS system may result in a no start condition. Disabling the PATS system is typically done through aftermarket ECU tuning software. If you don’t have access to ECU tuning software you will need to contact your local vehicle performance shop to perform the PATS disable for you.
- Designed with excellent visibility in mind
- Excellent accuracy
- Customizable to suit your taste and needs
- Comes with everything you need for installation
- Made in USA
Rick Seitz is the owner and founder of AutoCentric Media, and has a true love and passion for all vehicles; GM, Ford, Dodge, imports, trucks — you name it! When he isn’t clacking away on his keyboard, he’s building, tuning, driving or testing his current crop of personal projects!