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Old 01-25-2014, 09:58 AM
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Does anyone change the max speed value in E36 istrument cluster? I've tried NCS Dummy(there is option that I can mark max speed what I need) but no results. After coding with added new max speed value the cluster still have oryginal "Speedometer end value" witch in my case is 220km/h. I need 280km/h but I dont know how to change that. I've tried different "GM", "SA", "VN" from higher speedo max value cluster bot still nothing. Any ideas?

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