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    107 mph on stock SHO!

    Yes, you read that correct! Went out jumping awesome waves in the pass on Wed and on the way back, I noticed that the speedo was showing 107 mph.


    If only that was true...time to troubleshoot. Anyone had one fail before?

    Sorry, had to do it.


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    Sometimes it just goes haywire and then give it a little while and it will start reading correctly again. I never look at the dream-o-meter anyways. lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by Crewdawg View Post
    Yes, you read that correct! Went out jumping awesome waves in the pass on Wed and on the way back, I noticed that the speedo was showing 107 mph.


    If only that was true...time to troubleshoot. Anyone had one fail before?

    Sorry, had to do it.

    You must have one of these...

    http://rover.ebay.com/rover/1/711-53...item19be93bfe6


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    Since mine seems to never run anymore I just stand behind it flicking the sensor wheel and pretending I am moving...

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    Quote Originally Posted by SHOBiz View Post
    Since mine seems to never run anymore I just stand behind it flicking the sensor wheel and pretending I am moving...
    Use an air nozzle! You'll be fly'n!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lightning Struck View Post
    Use an air nozzle! You'll be fly'n!
    I'm gonna have to try that one

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    Your speedo somehow got flipped to "kilometers" per hour. Your manual tells you how to get it back to "miles per hour". It happened to me on my VXR . . . a little un nerving looking down and seeing a 3 digit number on the readout, i know!

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    thats how they should be lol you yanks are still behind the metric system has been out for years lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by nicjak View Post
    thats how they should be lol you yanks are still behind the metric system has been out for years lol
    Just because the rest of the world needs a system based on how many fingers they have, doesn't mean we need it...

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    They tought us the metric system in middle school as if there was going to be a major conversion to that system. 44 years old now and we just use both for various things.

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