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Thread: any way to fix the speedometer on the dashboard to read MPH instead of KPH?

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    any way to fix the speedometer on the dashboard to read MPH instead of KPH?

    please please pretty please?

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    Depends what was fitted to the original car..
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    To do that would be to unfix it my view

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    Quote Originally Posted by amazed View Post
    Depends what was fitted to the original car..
    This shouldn't really matter as this is still a game, people want to read in imperial they should have the option to (they do but it really means jack squat when they're in cockpit view). Just like people race around the track in this game with the wheel turned off of the dash when in cockpit view (how is that realistic).

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    Quote Originally Posted by madmax2069 View Post
    This shouldn't really matter as this is still a game, people want to read in imperial they should have the option to (they do but it really means jack squat when they're in cockpit view). Just like people race around the track in this game with the wheel turned off of the dash when in cockpit view (how is that realistic).
    Because you have the wheel on your hands, two wheels are not realistic.
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    Quote Originally Posted by SOi TheReaper View Post
    Because you have the wheel on your hands, two wheels are not realistic.
    A lot of people remove it regardless if they have a wheel or not because it can be distracting to some, again because it is a game its a option. Still the point stands. Its a game people should be given the choice for the display to read out in imperial if thats what they want the display to read, just like the car setup screen only showing in metric regardless of what setting you use.

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    Quote Originally Posted by madmax2069 View Post
    A lot of people remove it regardless if they have a wheel or not because it can be distracting to some, again because it is a game its a option. Still the point stands. Its a game people should be given the choice for the display to read out in imperial if thats what they want the display to read, just like the car setup screen only showing in metric regardless of what setting you use.
    Yeah, for that I don't care much, since I can read both metrical and imperial. I hope they fix it to you tho

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