Originally Posted by T Bone
First pic is the M6 with stock pulleys driving in the morning. This is the normal temp when driving. (When running the pulleys, the needle would be right in the middle meatball)
Second pic is the M6 with stock pulleys driving in rush hour. (Depending on the ambient temp, I could be one or two needlewidths warmer than the middle meatball).
Yeah, similar to my experience in running around town although on a really hot sitting around in traffic it will go past the center meatball by two dial widths.
I envy your "clean" speedometer deeply, and once again curse at our luck for being stuck in the stone age here with a speedo littered with dozens of numbers everywhere...