Holley Releases Improved Sniper CAN OBD-II LED Shift Lights

New from Holley – the improved Sniper CAN OBD-II LED shift lights. These shift lights are now able to work with 8-speed and 10-speed transmissions. See more details below.

Official Release:

Our popular Sniper CAN OBD-II LED shift lights have now been improved to be able to work with 8-speed and 10-speed transmissions. Just plug connector into the OBD-II port, go through the shift light’s setup instructions, then hit the perfect shift every time. The shift light’s compact size allows for endless mounting locations such as above a rearview mirror, on the A-pillar, or right in front on the instrument cluster. Features smoked front LED and side display lenses for stealth look when powered off. Available in both black and silver with three LED color choices (red, yellow, or blue) allowing you to pick your favorite combination. Compatible with all gas and diesel 1-12 cylinder engines and up to 10-speed transmissions. 4.25″ length, 0.75″ diameter.

Features:

  • Works with up to 10-speed transmissions
  • For use on 2008-newer vehicle with OBD-II plug connection
  • Smoked front LED and side display lenses for stealth look when powered off
  • Simple hookup and does not require the use of a tachometer adapter
  • Compatible on all 1-12 cylinder gas or diesel engines with any ignition system
  • Adjustable shift point selection in 10 RPM increments
  • Utilizes 7 “Super Bright” LED’s with 5 intensity settings (including OFF)
  • Available in black or silver billet aluminum housing with multi-adjustable mount
  • Easy to read RPM display and set buttons located on the side of shift light
  • Available peak recall of maximum RPM achieved
  • 4.25″ length, 0.75″ diameter

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Chris McWilliams grew up watching his dad race go-karts around his Southern Indiana home and started racing junior dragsters when he was 10 years old. Chris drove a UMP Mini Stock for two seasons until he totaled his racecar in an accident at Western Kentucky Speedway. He is currently a college student at Oakland City University working on a degree to pay the bills for his dirt racing addiction.
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