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Walloth and Nesch special on new speedos.


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29 Euros for a brand new speedo (match that 3.91 LSD). Please email me if you're interested in a group purchase to reduce the shipping costs.

Chheers!

John N

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I'm interested either way. My odometer is acting up and it will cost me more than 29 euros to have it fixed by a speedo shop. I think I would rather have a new one. -J

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Like anybody buying whatever they want and having one package sent to the US and then distributing the stuff from here. I got the contact near Munich but then, getting the trust of people is the hard part.

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These are a super deal. I too purchased one for Stella when they first became available and are everything quality wise you would want from a NOS part. But there are some caveats:

* the ones I have purchased (3 now) from W&N are for what I believe is a 76 series car or something with a non-standard rear gearing setup. They read verrrry high - in some cases 10-15mph off. We have tried them in a 3:91 LSD geared car and even that was off by a pretty good margin.

* What we need are we is a how-to on how to make these work...

SPEEDO PEOPLE, SPEAK UP HERE!

Keith

74tii - Stella

http://www.my2002tii.com

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These are a super deal. I too purchased one for Stella when they first became available and are everything quality wise you would want from a NOS part. But there are some caveats:

* the ones I have purchased (3 now) from W&N are for what I believe is a 76 series car or something with a non-standard rear gearing setup. They read verrrry high - in some cases 10-15mph off. We have tried them in a 3:91 LSD geared car and even that was off by a pretty good margin.

* What we need are we is a how-to on how to make these work...

SPEEDO PEOPLE, SPEAK UP HERE!

Keith

74tii - Stella

http://www.my2002tii.com

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I bought one in late Oct. for 78 euros. Based on one of those roadside contraptions that flash your speed (in red if over the limit) it is accurate within 3mph at 50mph on a 75 with stock rear end (3.64)

Side note: an e mail to W&S about the price change resulted in a 25euro credit on my next order. Great company

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