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Old 06-02-2015, 11:17 AM
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Yeah I could always try that. Or cut the arm and lengthen it.
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Old 06-03-2015, 11:00 PM
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Making your own may be easier than you think. A poster on another forum made his own tach face and sent this info.

I used a vinyl cutter to cut out the numbers. I found my vinyl cutter in one of the little kiosks in one of the malls around my area. Most sticker makers have a vinyl cutter or you can look up a few sticker makers in your area and see who has a cutter.

I just had to provide him with the artwork that is sized correctly. They will use your artwork to "cutout" the letters and transfer them onto a clear transfer paper for you to peel and stick to the lens. Make sure when you do the artwork to make a whole page of them even if you aren't going to use them. My vinyl cutter charges me by the page so I figured might as well keep the extras just in case.

Just might work to get your letters in order.
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Old 06-09-2015, 11:05 PM
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Another question with the C6...

So the speedometer is off of course, and I pulled the gear and it is a 19 tooth gear. I have paced the car and looked at the speedo, and it read approximately 1.25x the speed I was going. 60 when I was traveling 45. So if I take 19 teeth and divide it by .75, it gets me 25...but I see the most teeth I can get is 23. Should I go with that?? Someone please help! Thanks!
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