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19-11-2006, 06:01 PM
Hi i need a basic speedo it doesnt need to be able to handel hot motors it for the mardave im buying off chris long it only needs to be able to handel a normal 540 stock motor. Im looking for a cheap nosram, lrp or noavk. I would consider a cheap mtronik if its at the right price.
I have a Novak TC2 Cyclone?
19-11-2006, 07:39 PM
i have an m-troniks dash interactive. £100 new, but i'm not after much for it.
19-11-2006, 11:04 PM
Most of the National running guys and girls use speedmaster. For running in a Mardave V12
The speedmaster V60 is the lastest version, costs £60 and is very robust with an instant reverse.
20-11-2006, 02:10 PM
Ok thanks for the info about the v60 but there slightly to exspensive as this is more for fun than serious racing. You have mail buzz and jim.
And i have got your reply jim.
20-11-2006, 08:25 PM
This is not because I am sponsored by them, but the new Mtroniks IP6 isfantastic. Its cheap (£129 ish), and it is very powerfull. It feels like you have just bought brand new batteries. Also its more efficient to the motor and the brakes stop you dead. The power transfer is also very very smooth. The only bad thing about it, is they dont give you any stickers with it but I have spoke to them and its in hand for the future.:cool:
ive got a cs rocket sport - urs for £15 posted
21-11-2006, 01:47 PM
Got any pictures ewar ive looked on google i just want to check it is the one i saw on there but for that price im interested what is the motor limit on it and have you got the box and instructions with it .
Ive got no box or instructions as its been sat in an unused touring car, forgotten i even had it. Cant get pics onto the comp at the moment, but i an text one if needed.
This is a link to the manufacturers page..
21-11-2006, 07:17 PM
Hi Ewar how old is the speedo.
Hi woody thanks for the info but i only need it for a mardave so i cant really afford to splash out on anything to exspensive.
21-11-2006, 07:23 PM
OK got PM thanks for the info.
22-11-2006, 12:56 PM
how about this?
There're only £34.99 new
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