But wouldn't they want to make the reading higher than your actual speed, so you think you're speeding when you're not? Maybe I misinterpreted the first post, but it seems like it's the other way around...Originally posted by SilverX@May 11 2005, 09:48 PM
I thought companies did it on purpose so people would drive slightly below speed limit.
There was one in my neighborhood, I went at 16mph and the reading displayed 13mph.Originally posted by ScionGTR@May 12 2005, 12:46 AM
well you can check it easly if are driving on the street and you see one of those police radars on the side of the street, which shows how fast you are going you will see teh diference. It's always between 2-3 miles off. Thats why i drive 8-10 over speed limit. If i get a ticket it would be for 6-8, in that case i could easily get dismisted in court.
Almost nothing. You'll be putting lower profile tires on the larger rims, so it comes out to almost a wash.Originally posted by klauver@May 12 2005, 12:12 PM
What happens to the speedo accuracy when I upgrade from the 17" standard wheels to the 18" wheels?