Over the last ten years, 5th-gen Camaro owners had to endure the struggles of figuring out a way to mount their Racepack or Holley EFI digital displays We’ve sen some homegrown delete panels, but nothing really looked “right” in the gauge cluster of those cars. Now, there’s a proper solution with Classic Dash’s 5th-Gen Camaro composite dash.
Fifth-Generation Camaro Racepak IQ3 & Holley EFI Digital Dash From Classic Dash
Classic Dash, the industry leader in OEM replacement dashes, is pleased to unveil their latest composite dashes; the 2010 – 2015 5thGeneration Camaro dash designed especially for the RacePak IQ3 and Holley EFI digital dashes.
Both the Racepak and Holley digital dashes combine high performance digital instrumentation with the indicators and warnings of a street dash into a compact and versatile product, and Classic Dash has now made it easy for everyone to install one in their 5th Generation Camaro.
“Last year we launched the first round of Camaro muscle car digital dashes for the RacePak IQ3 and Holley EFI digital dashes, and the response from the motorsport community was very strong.” said, Greg Wambold, president of Classic Dash. “Customers love the ease of installation and the look of the dash in their ride. This year we are expanding our product line to include the 5th gen Camaro.
In talking with custom shops and 5th-gen Camaro enthusiasts across county, we heard over and over the need for a well-designed and easy to install digital dash panel. Developing a quality solution, and at $199.95 price point that the weekend racer to motorsport enthusiast can afford, was a natural extension to our Camaro product line. We are very excited to be able to bring these new dashes to the racing, muscle car, restomod and protouring motorsport markets.”
Precision molded from a rugged UV-protected ABS material, the new 2010 – 2015 Camaro 5th generation digital drop-in dashes will meet or exceed factory specifications. Available in Matte Black, Brushed Aluminum, and Carbon Fiber, the digital dash will fit right in where the stock cluster went using stock fasteners. Easily installed, only commonly available tools are needed, and the swap can be performed by competent do-it-yourselfers in an afternoon.
For additional information, please visit www.classicdash.com or call 866-882-3525.
Pricing and Ordering Information
2010 – 2015 5th Generation Camaro Digital Dashes
RacePak IQ3 Digital Drop-in Dash Matte Black SKU: 101100031.. $199.95
RacePak IQ3 Digital Drop-in Dash Brushed Aluminum SKU: 10110032 $199.95
RacePak IQ3 Digital Drop-in Dash Carbon Fiber SKU: 101100033. $199.95
Holley EFI Digital Drop-in Dash Matte Black SKU: 10100041.. $199.95
Holley EFI Digital Drop-in Dash Brushed Aluminum SKU: 101100042 $199.95
Holley EFI Digital Drop-in Dash Carbon Fiber SKU: 1011100043. $199.95
About Classic Dash
Manufactured in Carson City, Nevada, Classic Dash custom panels can help you find a dash that fits your needs while selecting the finish and gauges that fit your style. Classic Dash offers over 100+ applications that allow custom AutoMeter, Classic Instruments and Thunder Road performance analog gauges, as well as, Racepak and Holley digital dashes to be install in most popular muscle cars, protouring, restomod, and custom trucks.
Precision molded and CNC machined, our replacement OEM panels are made of UV-resistant ABS composite material and are designed for easy bolt-in installations. Custom panels are available in several different finishes including matte black, brushed aluminum, and carbon fiber. Available without gauges or in complete packages, everything needed for installation (sending units, wiring kits, accessories, etc.) and detailed install instruction is available from Classic Dash.
Panels are manufactured in-house at Classic Dash’s facility at 5055 Metric Way in Carson City, Nevada 89706.
- Direct replacement for OEM gauge cluster
- Available in Matte Black, Brushed Aluminum, and Carbon Fiber
- Made in USA
Rick Seitz is the owner and founder of GMEFI Magazine, and has a true love and passion for all vehicles. When he isn’t tuning, testing, or competing with the brand’s current crop of project vehicles, he’s busy tinkering and planning the next modifications for his own cars.