Doesn't matter; it would still be a fractional system of 1, 1/2, 1/4, etc. Our tachs split the 1000 RPM range into eighths instead of tenths.Or get rid of the smallest hash marks. 125 rpm increments is rather negligible.
I know. I just think they're breaking it down more than they need to. My Miata breaks it down into 1/4's which works fine for me.Doesn't matter; it would still be a fractional system of 1, 1/2, 1/4, etc. Our tachs split the 1000 RPM range into eighths instead of tenths.
Ran out and drove around just to see..Yup.If you want to be exact, the minimum idle speed is 680.
Dude, relax. Read the thread title; it's a *PET PEEVE*.Wow, if this is the biggest issue you currently have going on in your life
Was intended in a light-hearted manner. No offense intended.Dude, relax. Read the thread title; it's a *PET PEEVE*.
It's a small issue regarding, readability, aesthetics, ergonomics, and all that kind of stuff. I just find the tach too "busy" that's all. They could have done with just 5 hash marks (every 200 RPM) like the Audi and kept the tach clean while maintaining readability.
Have a great day!
Cut a finger off each hand and toe off each foot. The math will suddenly become easier (hospitals do it for most of us at birth). I'm from Canada so I'm used to seeing distances in tenths and hundreds:
e.g., "SomeTown 1.6km" (i.e., 1600m) or "Exit 44 800m" (i.e., 0.8km)
When I drive in the US and see distances like "SomeTown 3/8 miles"...I don't know...it bothers me. Sorry