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  1. #341
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    Quote Originally Posted by Nicely View Post
    You can get the converters off Ebay over here. Wire straight in without issue. Also moves the 180kph limiter to 180mph
    Can you link me to one that you have used or one that is known to work.
    Last one i ordered was complete junk, total waste of money.

    Wireing diagram was useless!

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    Found this on Ebay. Also found this

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    Thanks, That looks like exactaly what i have now.

    My problem I have no idea how to wire it in.

    The diagram they included was useless. Any info on installs?

    Maybe i've just wired mine wrong.

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    I'll contact one of our importers and see if they have the wiring details The converters are pretty standard and are fitted to nearly all our S15s in the UK.

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    So when are you guys going to go to KPH it makes it so much easier(for the Aussies etc). Iv'e almost forgotten MPH.My first 2 cars were in MPH a long time ago

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    With the whole of Europe on Km and KPH, it isn't bothering the UK one bit being the odd one out. They've been 'going metric' since the beginning on the 70s.... I think miles and MPH are the only remaining imperial measurements in the UK.

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    Weve had metric since the early 70s and the only imperial residue is that we still use PSI for our tyre pressure guages instead of Kp. Interesting that the powers that be, have never enforced the metric unit of pressure

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nicely View Post
    With the whole of Europe on Km and KPH, it isn't bothering the UK one bit being the odd one out. They've been 'going metric' since the beginning on the 70s.... I think miles and MPH are the only remaining imperial measurements in the UK.

    england still regonoses pints, inches, feet and mph/miles. gallons is not official but mpg is still common place

    in the horse world its still hands

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    Didn't mean recognises. What I meant was a nationally accepted measurement, as in all the road signs, etc. You might still get a pint of milk, but the carton says 568ml. Height and weight is generally taken in metric by organisations. And it would be a quite difficult to change the measurement for fuel consumption with one part being based on imperial (miles) and the other half metric (litres). But petrol is sold in litres.

    Its one major fcuked up system which needs picking up and giving a good kick up the arse - whether people like it or not.

  10. #350
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    Quote Originally Posted by Nicely View Post
    I'll contact one of our importers and see if they have the wiring details The converters are pretty standard and are fitted to nearly all our S15s in the UK.
    Thanks very much

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