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Re: Replace Instrument Cluster

Postby Seiya » Mon Sep 09, 2019 1:28 pm

Hi, I just notice after I replace my cluster with the colour cluster from ASX, the speed reading On the meter is 10% higher than actual speed (measure with GPS). I thinks this is also because of the tyre size from ASX is bigger than Lancer.
Is there any solution for it?

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Re: Replace Instrument Cluster

Postby bumblebee » Mon Sep 09, 2019 4:02 pm

This is normal
It's not the cluster fault.
You will find the same with other vehicles including motorcycle and trucks.
I prefer the speedometer to say 100kmph but be doing 94kmph
No speeding tickets for me
If you wish to edit this you need to modify the ETACS box.
This can be done with mmcoding writer and thrre is snot program to download to edit the .Kon file produced by mmcoding writer.
In there you will find tyre sizes to edit.
I haven't played with it but it does look like it can be edited to give you a more accurate result.
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Re: Replace Instrument Cluster

Postby Lancer1993 » Mon Sep 09, 2019 7:01 pm

I got mine from an Outlander and didn't have this issue. My speedo is about the same but because I'm running 225/40R18 instead of the stock 215/45R18 and do the math there is a 4-5% difference in size.

I agree, follow my speedo (not the GPS) and you should not get a speeding fine!
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