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Gauge questions M3W #607055
09/12/19 05:43 AM
09/12/19 05:43 AM
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Good evening folks, I have two questions. Is it possible to turn the tachometer? This is a trick that some old 911 guys do and I rarely let my tach drop below 3 grand so it would actually be useful for me as well. Also, is it possible to modify the ECU so that the gauges sweep when you power the car on? This was a really cool feature from the old McLaren F1 that would be really cool to have on the 3W.

Cheers, Roy

Re: Gauge questions M3W [Re: Royal Lichter] #607056
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The gauges sweep on my Peugeot Expert van, and it is cool.

Re: Gauge questions M3W [Re: Royal Lichter] #607066
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Easy enough to turn the tacho, take the bulkhead panel off to gain access to the back of the instruments, the one that the hydraulics is reservoir bolted to. At the back of the tacho is a retaining bracket, loosen the two nuts and bolts holding it in place and turn the instrument.


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