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Old 12th August 2015, 11:09 AM
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I don't know if this is of any use
http://www.maruhamotors.co.jp/miata/...rivengear.html
They make electronic senders for speedos
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Thanks Ian.
But there is actually already an inbuilt electronic sensor on the MT75 gearbox (I have a Sierra based roadster). What I was looking for is either an electronic speedo which is compatible with my car, or a 90 cable-drive adapter to use my EOM cable driven speedo, because the bend it is doing on my is too tight and damages it along the way.
Thanks anyway
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Old 12th August 2015, 11:45 PM
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Thank you for the reply.
The 90 adapter is a great idea. But the only one I found for my gearbox is from Burton at 127
All the other ones I found are not for flanged cables...
Does anyone have another source for that?
You should be looking at a flange-thread adapter, like this:
http://www.carbuildersolutions.com/c...ter-type9.jpeg
It should not be able to get one made by someone with a lathe. I printed one on my 3d printer for the speedo hall sensor from a Mondeo (I made the plunge to VDO gauges with an electronic speedo. 5 gauges from ebay 50, the speedo 200). The standard thread for speedo drives is M18x1.5, just like oxygen sensors, etc. The disk might have a tab that would prevent it from spinning when you're trying to undo the thread.
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