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Old 03-06-2003, 12:41 AM   #11
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The nice thing about it is you can switch using the E/M button on the DIC from 0-220 kph to 0-220 mph

The boost gauge if in kPa like my Canadian version reads -70 to +70 KPa or converted -10 to +10 psi.


Well ACTUALLY...you'll have 220 kph or 137 (136.7) mph....
as for boost...1 kPa=.145psi therefore...70*.145=10.15psi....

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Well actually the speedometer is quite unique to 2000 model years and up. When you switch the E/M button the gauge needle moves to reflect the change between mph and kph. The gauge face remains the same 0-220 scale, hence the dual range.

Oh ya eh.....There is one big difference between Canadian vs US Bonne'*.....mine retailed here in 2000 for $47,500 + 17% tax and I know they are more like $52 K + T now
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