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New Product from TTR - Speedo Corrector 
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When you change your rims, or tires, or diff, your speedometer usually doesn't read as accurately as it used to. Sometimes this isn't a big deal, sometimes it is - certainly, the nice policeman doesn't want to hear about how all the mods you've made have thrown off your speedo!

We now offer a small, easy to use module that wires in between your speed sensor and the speedometer, and allows correction to put the readout back where it should be. Using a single multi-turn pot, stepless adjustment can be made from 2.5% to 250% of the input frequency. Calibration test points inside the housing allow the use of a multimeter to quickly dial-in the adjustment.

The Speedo Corrector will sell for $60, and can be ordered here.

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Fri Nov 15, 2013 5:37 am
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I removed your other thread and issued you with a warning because I found it insulting and lazy. You may repost it properly, if you wish. Don't be lazy.

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Acknowledged and understood. As I said in a pm reply to the warning, I generally try to avoid egregious stupidity ...

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Thanks for being cool! :-)

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