Re: [DML] Speedometer Calibration
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Re: [DML] Speedometer Calibration

Lucky me, I just happen to have the old burned up binnacle from 
crash and burn, with all of instruments still in it.  I'll take the 
speedo apart and see how it works.  I was going to make a display on 
the history of the car, I still can, just have to reassemble the 
thing.  I don't think any of them work anyway.

Now what would be wild is pulling the binnacle thats's in C&B, and 
putting the orginal in and see if anything even works.


--- In dmcnews@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx, "Tom Niemczewski" <tomciodmc@xxxx> 
> Hello
> You are correct when you are talking about the speedometer. This 
part is 
> driven by the rotating magnets. I was refering to the odometer 
which is a 
> direct drive system. Isn't it? It's been a long time since I've 
seen a 
> DeLorean speedo inside.... Correct me if I'm wrong.
> Tom Niemczewski
> vin 6149 (in Poland!)
> tomciodmc@xxxx
> ----- Original Message ----- 
> From: "James Espey"
> > Not entirely correct. The DeLorean speedo is a typical late 70's
> > AC-Delco (GM) design that is magnetic. Even significant
> > re-calibration, like when converting from an 85mph to a 140mph 
> > does not require changing any internal parts.
> >
> > An electrical device is used to alter the strength of the magnet 
> > the speedo, increasing or decreasing the "drag" on the speedo 
> > which registers speed.

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