I actually created a spreadsheet (Yep I'm a geek) that plotted the actuals for every 5 miles per hour marked on my speedometer. Didn't help me at 6 in the morning when I thought I was driving 37 in a 35 and the sheriff said I was doing over 40. I would like my speedometer read correctly so my half sleepy brain doesn't have to work to hard.
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hey if you find a good source and solution for this, let me know!
same here. id buy one if its available
i didnt worry too much untill i got a ticket. then i thought a minute. at the time i was a noob and i didnt know my tires were larger than stock and that my speedo was wrong. well now my tires are even bigger and i know basically what speed im going. It would be nice if i could look at my speedometer and not have to change numbers around and do math. Im tired of math. school i enough for me. anyway while in court you can argue that you didnt know that your tires are larger than stock and claim that you didnt know. but of course that only gets you so far. SO... Wheres the converter? i looked on sor and manafre some but didnt find anything.
Was considering creating a new stick on face for the speedometer