Hi RobRob of Bristol in the UK. My Nv200 is my work vehicle. I’m an electrician and the size is just right for what I need to carry.
It has had a cough and splutter since I bought it a year ago so I’m going to get to the bottom of it as I deserve to have all 110 horsepower at my foot and not fear cutting out when overtaking!
I racked the back out to carrying my tools and spares and had dead locks fitted to the rear doors and fitted a full steel bulkhead for security.
Be interested how this goes as I might fit 15" wheels to my work van, jsut to iron out some of the pot holes in London roads and before I rattle mt expensive Megger Tester to death!Speedo..... not a huge issue for me as I hardly speed, and since I noticed it, can adjust, but this may just be because I am used to driving very low low cars my entire life as well. My main concern however is the odometer reading. I have always been exact in oil intervals, and other services done, and I will feel better knowing that the miles traveled on the odo is the miles I have indeed traveled. Even if it's off by a small percentage, it won't really affect me too much since I never go over in change intervals, but I would very much so like everything to be exact if not close to it.
And after some research I'm seeing it is not too too difficult to calibrate the speedometer, which I believe will also calibrate the odometer as well (don't quote me but I think that's how it is with most digital odometers). So if it is something my tire shop can check for me I'll definitely prefer a professional having a go at it, rather than me with my limited knowledge haha.
I don't know where you are located. Many post here from the UK so this link wouldn't be worth a darn but you get the idea.Hi all,Glad to join to share info and ask questions.My first question is -Has anyone installed an Inverter for 110 v electric ?Wondering if its a do it yourself project or not,and if the altenator can handle it.