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    Must have been destined to the US with that red line 55 MPH.

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    Must have been destined to the US with that red line 55 MPH.

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    Jim,

    You missed the X100 scale factor, so it was advised to not exceed 5,500. 55 would barely raise an eyebrow.

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    I think that it was a concept car and had no speedo.



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