Blast from the past !
Has anyone got JCW SHift Light fitted (JCWSL1) if so what do you think about it ! - good thing? - accurate ?
Hey, that's pretty cool. Maybe not as nice looking as a shift light, but still a cool idea.Albert said:Here's an alternative to check out.
This module is really popular with the S2000 following.
Wow - old thread see here for picspaulmon said:Anyone have any more info on the JCW shift light. This would be sweet!
Its funny you said that...I took smudge back to the dealer three days after getting him and he had a little less than half a tank left and the TC showed a range of 150 miles, he also had 307 miles on the clock. When I got him back he had 330 miles on the clock and the TC had gone down to 65 miles, the tank was at a little above the 1/4 full mark. Now I understand one of the issues was related to high speed driving (above 50mph there was a definitive steering wheel shake), so testing may necessitate going for a spin on the motorway. But 23 miles???? Hmmm! maybe something to mention to the garage next time I see them. I was also a bit dubious of the fact that 23 miles had used nearly a quarter of a tank....I wonder if the running in procedure has been slightly violated?? (and not by me!)Albert said:I really like the high rpm callback feature, especially when dropping off the car for service or leaving the car with a valet. That way you can tell if people were screwing around with your car or not.
Fab Gizmo - I want one to text me when a JCCers within 0.5sec of my back bumper (Bet Chris CHilton would like one too)AndyW said:
How does it connect up? Is it just plug 'n' play or are there expensive mods to be done?John Cooper Works said:Try this link for full details
then click on Club Sport Conversions and it's listed at the bottom. The shift light is pre programed to work with the John Cooper Works Club Sport MINIs, but will also work on standard Coopers.
You can also download a full spec sheet (PDF). I have just checked with our parts dept. and we have plenty in stock.