Re: speedo adjustment ?
Wow good point. If you take the speedo to a shop that recalibrates it, the odometer will be working correctly, too. If you just change the marks under the speedo needle, the odo will not be accurate. Maybe you see that as good or bad, but it just wouldn't be correct.
If you indicate 50 mph, when you're really going 55, for every 100 miles you drive, your odometer will only increase by 90.9 miles. Now some more um, unscrupulous characters would say "that's a good thing". I'd rather have it be correct. That way, when I've put 3,000 miles on, and I'm ready for an oil change, for instance, I have REALLY traveled 3,000 miles, not 3,300, which would be the case above...
95 'Kick 4 Door - Calmini header & exhaust = mo' power! YES!!!