dunno that you can tell his were set to metric from the pic. The MPH is visible above the KPH... and the gauges don't change depending on the setting anyway... just the light and the reading. Also his pic showed the reading at the max which means he is either insane or it was at startup at which time I think both are lit anyway.NYCHASM said:Ummm...take a closer look at Jacob's photo. His gauges are set to display metric measurements. Yours were obviously set to display standard or English measurements.
Yep.... I knew that Charlie.NYCHASM said:
PS to Agent Z06...
You do know that the language displayed on the DIC can be changed to Spanish, French, German OR English! So, depending on the language, the gauges reflect whether the info is in metric or standard numbers.
I'll look for you at the Z06FEST to collect Charlie.... :lol:NYCHASM said:Agent...
If you agree that the DIC language and readings can be changed to either metric or standard, how does the "Canadian car" come into play here?
I don't drink beer, but I'll bet you a nickel instead!!
I was saying that the physical faceplate does not change with the metric/english button only the readings.NYCHASM said:IceSabre,
Go back and look again. The gauges are DEFINITELY on the metric settings. Look at the coolant temp gauge; it's reading centigrade not fahrenheit.
Of course the gauges change. The numbers on the speedometer change to reflect miles OR kilometers, the coolant temp. numbers change to reflect fahrenheit OR centigrade and the oil pressure gauge changes to reflect pounds or Pascals.
Yes - that's right - it's just a different face plate...IceSabre said:
I was saying that the physical faceplate does not change with the metric/english button only the readings.
And I agree.IceSabre said:
ps. you still can't tell if his dic is set for metric or english from the picture.
The numbers on the speedometer change to reflect miles OR kilometers,