LOL, that is hilarious. Wish I would have thought of that when I had the Audi TT. Only hit the top a couple times on the way to Vegas but with I had the proof of 147. Guess I have to start photoshopping it.
Mine has an interesting issue with high speeds. The speed readout climbs to 125 nearly as fast as the car does. Then the readout quits climbing even though my speedometer continues to climb. Any Ideas? It's not a big issue but just strange.
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screen capture during high speed is not that hard. "Prt Scr Sys Rq" key above the "Insert" key captures the screen. Hit that once at the desired speed then stop the car and paste it on MS Paint and DONE. Maybe the person has a passanger to do the work. What's hard is going that fast and try to take a picture of your dash with a digital camera at night.
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that's during my trip from San Luis Obispo, CA going back to Los Angeles, and no I didn't capture that while driving at that speed I used the GPS log feature and captured it after I arrived home. I could've gone faster but there's traffic coming up ahead so I slowed down
jspeeder9 it looks like you were swerving all over the road!!! Gonna blame that on GPS inaccuracy?
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Originally posted by Suprapc Mine has an interesting issue with high speeds. The speed readout climbs to 125 nearly as fast as the car does. Then the readout quits climbing even though my speedometer continues to climb. Any Ideas? It's not a big issue but just strange.
Could it be due to changing satalites? or a limitation built in to reduce the GPS company's liability for measuring high speeds?
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