Bring your ’70-72 Cutlass, Hurst/Olds or 442 up to snuff with these awesome new RTX gauges from Dakota Digital. Get the details below, and see more of this one on their site, HERE.
The trio of round gauges give the ’70-72 Cutlass interior a traditional look, but doesn’t necessarily lend itself to aftermarket upgrades. This is entirely solved with the introduction of the RTX-70O-CUT application, placing a quad-pack of auxiliary gauges on the left side, an OEM looking speedometer and programmable message display in the center, along with a clock and LED bar-graph tachometer in the right-side location. Integrated OEM styling retains that familiar Oldsmobile look, but provides the 21st century upgrades that you expect from Dakota Digital.
The RTX series is the latest from Dakota Digital, focused on retaining that stock look without sacrificing the late-model features you love. Every effort has been put forth to incorporate OEM design elements regarding the layout, face styling and indicators. A casual glance may dismiss these as original equipment, but once you hit the switch and the LED backlighting comes on in your favorite color scheme, all doubts will be removed.
Starting from scratch, CNC machined housings are filled with electronics designed and built in-house, helping Dakota Digital once again raise the bar for aftermarket instrumentation. The high-definition TFT message centers can be fully configured to display just about any piece of information needed. As you’ve come to expect from Dakota Digital, the RTX series utilizes a central control box to make installation and setup as easy as possible. Click the tabs below for a more in-depth look at the RTX series!
- Classic look, with modern tech
- Direct Fit for ’70-72 Oldsmobile Cutlass
- Multiple backlight color schemes available
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!