Get a Sniper Stand Alone Shift Light and Never Miss a Shift Again!
Less than an inch in diameter and 4-1/2 inches in length, they feature seven high-visibility LEDs in a billet aluminum housing. Their compact design fits almost anywhere for endless mounting options, and you have your choice of a black or silver housing and any of three different colors – blue, yellow, or red. Too bright? Not bright enough? Select from five different settings and get exactly the intensity you want – day or night.
Sniper Stand Alone Shift Lights also have an easy-to-read digital tach and a max-rpm "telltale" feature. Perfect for all gas and diesel engines up to 12 cylinders and fully compatible with any ignition system, they're a fast, easy way to eliminate guesswork and fine-tune your shift points. No tach adapter is required, and when it's turned off, the smoked front lens and side-display lens give it a true stealth look.
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