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With a crisp, clear and full colour display, the all new Haltech IC7 Display Dash lets you see things in a brand new way. HT-067012

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Designed and manufactured in Australia with motoring enthusiasts in mind, the IC-7 offers market-leading features in a unique, state-of-the-art package.

Featuring auto-dimming ambient light reactive brightness, user-programmable multi-colour shift light bar, the iC-7 connects directly to all current Haltech ECUs via a CAN network. The OBD-II iC-7 is preconfigured to connect directly (via CAN) to most late model vehicles (approx 2008-on) using the factory OBD-II port.
  • Ideal replacement for individual analogue gauge clusters.
  • Easy to install and configure.
  • User adjustable brightness control with automatic dimming.
  • User configurable channels, units and alarms.
  • 14 programmable, seven colour shift light LEDs.
  • Controlled via easily accessible, face-mounted control buttons.
  • Configuration via Haltech iC-7 software and USB cable.

Download the IC-7 Quick Start Guide Here


    Part Number: HT-067012

    Screen: Full colour 7" TFT display
    Outside Dimensions: 217 x 122mm (8.5³ x 4.8³)
    Compatible with: OEM ECUs via OBD-II (CAN only)

    What's in the box:

    • Haltech iC-7 Display Dash
    • 34 Pin main connector harness
    • DTM-4 to OBD-II CAN Cable
    • USB to M5 right angle cable
    • USB Cable
    • Mounting Screws
    • USB flash drive with iC-7 Software
    • Quick Start Guide
    • Haltech stickers and a fabric keyring tag

    Optional Mounting Accessories

    Universal Mounting Bracket

    Mounting Bracket with Integrated Visor

    Billet Bar Mount


    Haltech IC-7 Software

    The IC-7 is configured using a brand new, intuitive software. With this software you can change various aspects of the dash behaviour including:

    • Ranges of channels. Eg. the maximum RPM on a needle style tacho or a bar graph.
    • Red ranges for channels. Eg. when a numeric display changes to red, red zone on a tacho.
    • Display units. Eg. metric or imperial, Lambda or AFR.
    • The channel to be displayed at each location on the screen.
    • The connection method. Eg. Haltech CAN or OBD-II.
    • Shift light RPM points and colours.
    • Alarm thresholds, colour for on-screen display and shift lights, manual or auto reset methods.