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new speedo, cable, tach (used) installed, ???'s


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yeah no jumping speedo, new one from W&N, but its a 3.90 in a 3.64 car, so it would read slow, yes? and about 7%? Same for odo too? And anyone converted a 3.90 speedo to be a 3.64. Seems that the gears for the odo would need to be switched out, they look different when you place them side to side, which makes sense since it is only a revolution counter, calibrated to calculate miles. Then for the speedo, I think the counter weight on the needle is different, so swap those out, and presto ?!? And the post earlier about correcting/calibrating speedo, I don't think the spring has much to do with it, any other knowledge out there?? thx.

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Mine is going in this weekend. However, it's going into my beat up 75! Why? Eddy and I are gonna TSD rally the damn thing next year, starting with a winter rally in February. I think the LSD will do more good in that car, on snow, dirt, and gravel, than in my softly driven 76.

I could be persuaded to drive down in May.

Al

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let's see.....we'll have a drawing and Al wins the best prize........I say, a complete coilover set or how about, an dual sidedrafts new in box.

Grumble...damn furriners, taking our good stuff...;-)

Jerry

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Cool sounds like you'll get better use of it in that car anyway....I can't wait to tear apart my new one and throw the 4.11 gears in it. Man my car is gonna smoke like hell after that!!!!Wait it already does. time for a rebuild too!!!

Ryan

68 02 (45 Dcoe's, shrick 292, and soon to be 2 1/4 in exhaust)

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