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120 mph Classic Instruments Speedometer

I just picked up a used set of classic industries gauges with a 120mph electric speedometer, it came with a 8 pulse per revolution sender. I tested the gauge on the bench, and it functions well. My question is, how do you calibrate it?? It has no dip switches on the back, only a indented screw that can be turned to positions 1,2,or 3, Does anyone have info on this speedometer? there is no model number on it, only 2 ink stampings: 266, and 7hz.

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