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Today 03:34 PM
CatSplat
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Originally Posted by IMMORTEN View Post
Iím guessing simply looking at if itís in KM/H or MPH is out of the question? [emoji846][emoji6]
Hey, look, we can't all be rocket surgeons here.
Today 03:17 PM
BeardyHat
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Originally Posted by Timo_90xj View Post
When I bought my 5.9 and it was still on street tires, I tested how fast it goes. Speedometer was at around 220km/h [emoji106]
Just this week I tested it with the 33 x 12.50 Cooper Discoverer STTs, didn't take that long to accelerate to 190km/h (~115mph) on the speedometer - that's about 177km/h verified by GPS



No speed limiters on ZGs
Sounds terrifying

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Today 02:16 PM
Timo_90xj
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Originally Posted by IMMORTEN View Post
220 km/h / 140 mph must be on a good day for a four-point-slow [emoji23] ....with tail wind.......going down hill....

With a 4.slow, it has to be a free-fall off the Preikestolen going full vertical splashing down into Lysefjord

(Picture borrowed using google-fu)

Today 01:26 PM
IMMORTEN
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Originally Posted by Timo_90xj View Post
When I bought my 5.9 and it was still on street tires, I tested how fast it goes. Speedometer was at around 220km/h
Just this week I tested it with the 33 x 12.50 Cooper Discoverer STTs, didn't take that long to accelerate to 190km/h (~115mph) on the speedometer - that's about 177km/h verified by GPS



No speed limiters on ZGs


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Originally Posted by BeardyHat View Post
The best part is that it goes up to 140mph.



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220 km/h / 140 mph must be on a good day for a four-point-slow [emoji23] ....with tail wind.......going down hill....


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Today 12:37 PM
Timo_90xj
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Originally Posted by BeardyHat View Post
The best part is that it goes up to 140mph.

When I bought my 5.9 and it was still on street tires, I tested how fast it goes. Speedometer was at around 220km/h
Just this week I tested it with the 33 x 12.50 Cooper Discoverer STTs, didn't take that long to accelerate to 190km/h (~115mph) on the speedometer - that's about 177km/h verified by GPS



No speed limiters on ZGs
Today 11:21 AM
BeardyHat
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Originally Posted by IMMORTEN View Post
Iím guessing simply looking at if itís in KM/H or MPH is out of the question? [emoji846][emoji6]


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The best part is that it goes up to 140mph.



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Today 10:41 AM
IMMORTEN
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Originally Posted by CatSplat View Post
"Type 19" indicates it's a metric (km/h) dash cluster, US ZJ clusters don't have that label.


Iím guessing simply looking at if itís in KM/H or MPH is out of the question? [emoji846][emoji6]


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Today 10:38 AM
CatSplat
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Originally Posted by IMMORTEN View Post
What does this “Type 19” mean on the speedometer?
"Type 19" indicates it's a metric (km/h) dash cluster, US ZJ clusters don't have that label.
Today 08:40 AM
Timo_90xj
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Originally Posted by IMMORTEN View Post
What does this ďType 19Ē mean on the speedometer?

I've never checked which company has manufactured the gauges, but more than likely it is just a manufacturers' code for different types of similar- sized speedometers for different market areas.
Today 01:48 AM
IMMORTEN What does this ďType 19Ē mean on the speedometer?





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Yesterday 05:53 PM
jrcromwell I baked a really nice bundt cake with cream cheese frosting and trying not to forget I have an anniversary on the 21st...Whoops, wrong forum.

About a week ago I finally replaced the passenger park light that was broken last year by hail. I also replaced the headlights again since the ones I had replaced in 2014 were yellowed.

About 3 days ago I hit a pothole at 35 and immediately got DW. I also noticed that when I got on the centerline rumble bars I could feel it was wanting to develop.

I will get under it and do a good inspection if I find nothing I will have the tires balanced. I was hoping for a lost wheel weight again I had that happen in 2017 but did not get that lucky this time.
Yesterday 05:06 PM
winging it
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Originally Posted by jrcromwell View Post
After consulting my colour to horsepower conversion chart it would appear that powder blue subtracts approx 15 horsepower.
Running 15 psi in your left front tire can cause your Mercedes to pull to the left!

GW
Yesterday 03:57 PM
jrcromwell
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Originally Posted by IMMORTEN View Post
How many horsepowers does blue brake calipers add?


After consulting my colour to horsepower conversion chart it would appear that powder blue subtracts approx 15 horsepower.
Yesterday 12:19 PM
IMMORTEN How many horsepowers does blue brake calipers add?




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Yesterday 11:22 AM
CatSplat
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Originally Posted by Benthal8 View Post
Not too bad. I got nervous because it took me a while to get the first one out, (last one was stuck too). But most came out easily.
I used the screw and wiggled them out with a pliers.
I'd be curious to know how anyone else did it?
I've always used the screw method. Some kits come with a filter removal tool that's basically a fancy screw.
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