Maybe I'm mistaken, but isn't that one of those endearing idiosyncracies that
make Triumphs the cars we love? As I recall, when Mazda first introduced the
Miata, they actually engineered some bounce into the tachometer to make it
seem more like the true British roadster it so clearly strived to be like.
Unfortunately, I have no useful infrormation on how to fix it if it's truly
driving you crazy...only the psychological salve to make it more bearable
until you do fix it :-)
In a message dated 9/9/2002 9:57:25 PM Eastern Daylight Time,
> Seeing the thread on the speedo has reminded me to see if anyone out
> there has seen and knows the cure for a bouncing tech. Fine except
> around 3000 rpm when it's hot. When it's cold it's fine and low down
> it's fine but on a long drive on a hot day..... Fine the next day when
> it's cold.
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