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c0r5a_gsi
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24th Feb 03 at 22:21   View User's Profile U2U Member Reply With Quote

I have my clocks from my GSi lying about since I put in the digidash so I thought I might aswell sell them

They have a white dial kit fitted, and the needles are flame red
At night the dials illuminate red, and then where the rev counter redlines it goes green, and fuel running it goes green... etc.


There is a small scratch by the thing to reset the trip counter, but its not really noticable when in the car.


Offers?

[Edited on 24-02-2003 by c0r5a_gsi]
jimmersri
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24th Feb 03 at 22:45   View User's Profile U2U Member Reply With Quote

would the mileage stay the same if i swapped them over? would they fit onto a 1994 corsa if so very interested. 25? i really don't know
c0r5a_gsi
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24th Feb 03 at 23:04   View User's Profile U2U Member Reply With Quote

you would need to alter the milometer to match yours, which is pretty simple if its done in the same way as the digidash is.
They should go straight into your corsa, also good for people who don't have a rev counter, as I beleive you just hook up a green wire from behind the dash, and the rev counter should work.
Call it 30 inc P+P ?
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24th Feb 03 at 23:07   View User's Profile U2U Member Reply With Quote

ok, i'll have to wait until thursday before i send the money as thats when i get paid. How did you alter it?
jimmersri
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email me at james6918@aol.com with your address,
c0r5a_gsi
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25th Feb 03 at 00:02   View User's Profile U2U Member Reply With Quote

Ok, consider these sold then
jimmersri
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25th Feb 03 at 00:04   View User's Profile U2U Member Reply With Quote

cheers, now i just have to figure out how to do the swap
Makarus
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You need to remember the codes are different for the different clocks out of different cars.

The code on the bottom of the speedo relate to the calibration of the speedo and rev counter etc. If its a different code then it will be out, and especially going from a SRi to a GSi its completly different.

If you go for different ones then you will need to get them re-calibrated.
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also you need to know if its a cable driven speedo or flybywire one
jimmersri
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what about a gsi to an ls? will this not work, im all confused now
jc-sxi
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25th Feb 03 at 10:18   View User's Profile U2U Member Reply With Quote

sxi's only go up 2 130mph
jimmersri
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so are u telling me that they wont work on my ls as they only go up to 130mph? i thought that wouldnt have made any difference as the both start at 10mph
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is the ls the basic different dials would mean it would b reading the wrong speed i think
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yes, do u know of anyone that would be able to find this out for me, or if you know of anyone who has done it
whitter45
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whitter45
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so have these dials been sold then
jimmersri
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25th Feb 03 at 12:12   View User's Profile U2U Member Reply With Quote

ive bought them
c0r5a_gsi
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The speedo is cable driven, I can't see any marking or codes on the speedo anywhere.

Whitter45: Jimmersri is having these at the moment, but if its not gonna be suitable for his car and he doesn't want them i'll U2U ya.
whitter45
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cheers i have a 97 R LS model without a rev counter. people have siad the dash will fit if my speedo is electronic which i think it is. whats ur opinion on this mate
mintgreencorsa
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they wont work in ur car ls its electric there cable so no i have some that will suit urs ellectric 1san i need what hes selling as mines the olda corsa if u buy i will swap then we both sorted
Makarus
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Corsa_GSi, the code is on the speedo, under the white dials.

It will be electric speedo I would say for both so thats alright, you just need to have the right calibrations.

People who want a speedo in a 1.2 8v normally go and get them out of the SRi, so that means the SRi is running the right calibration for the 1.2 8v, the 1.6 GSi isnt, so you will get inaccrate readins unless you are willing to pay a bit of dollar to get it re-calibrated.
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sorry but im having second thoughts about buying this as people are telling me that it wont work on my car
bobothebear
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With regard to the Calibration, I agree that it is going to be reading incorrectly. But if anything isnt the reading always going to be more than your actually doing(technically not a bad thing)
for example in a car that has 10-130 readings the Vertical position is 70mph.
In the 10-140 dial the vertical position is 75mph'ish.
Isn't the speedometer alway going to move relative to what the cable is pulsing to the meters.
Hence my obvious example. Or is it more complex than that?

 
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