Category Archive: Revel


Revel VLS Gauge Wiring and Sensor Information

Are you looking for from technical information for the Revel VLS gauges and wiring such as the gauge, resistance and amperage? Below is a chart to show this information should you need it.


Revel USA Touring Sports Damper

This past SEMA Revel USA unveiled a new line of suspension suited for daily use and spirited driving. The Touring Sports Damper is set to be available this Spring 2018 and will be available through Revel’s authorized dealer network. Retail price is set for $1169 per kit and Pillowball Upper Mounts are standard when applicable. …

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Revel VLS Voltage Gauge

MSRP $148.00 BUY NOW The Revel VLS voltage gauge monitors voltage levels from 8 volts up to 18 volts. The OLED screen allows for easy readings from any viewing angle, and a 30 LED outer ring for viewing at a quick glance. The Revel VLS Voltage gauge is daisy-chain compatible with the VLS Boost gauge, …

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New Revel VLS Intercooler Gauge box opening

Mustang 360 has posted up their box opening video and review of the new Revel VLS Intercooler Gauge in which they explain each component included in the gauge kit and also run it through some simple tests to show its functions. They will also be installing this gauge on their upcoming Mustang build so stay …

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NEW! Revel Touring Sports Damper Coilovers!


New Revel VLS Intercooler Dual Temp Gauge

MSRP $268.00 BUY NOW The Revel VLS Intercooler Dual Temperature gauge monitors both entrance and exit air temperatures of the intercooler to allow for accurate readings while tuning the vehicle. The dual LED outer rings allow for quick glances of the air temperatures during driving. The VLS Intercooler Dual Temperature gauge monitors readings from 50 …

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Migel Armas’ FRS on Formula Mesh

Here are a few shots of Migel Armas‘ FRS on Gold SSR Formula Mesh. Did you know that after his original motor went bad, we actually bought Evasive Motorsports’ backup motor for their Pike Peak Car? Not your average FRS and we’re glad he decided not to cut the car up and slap some over …

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