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Reflection from Nacelle of Tachometer Issue 812 SF

Discussion in 'FF/Lusso/F12/812S' started by AEHaas, Jan 28, 2021.

  1. AEHaas

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    The casing of the 812 tachometer is too reflective, causes issues both at night and daytime. Not always and not too bright but somewhat annoying. 'Thoughts on diminishing this reflection?

    Thanks,

    AEHaas
     
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  3. Horsin'around

    Horsin'around Karting

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    Wrap it in clear matte vinyl wrap?

    Never done it before. Just thinking.


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  4. Dicecal

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    Perhaps go into the settings menu and turn down the brightness and/or sensitivity ?
     
  5. SeattleStew

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    They're talking about the reflection onto the windshield from the top of the dash. Not the brightness of the screens. It's really obnoxious, and I generally use polarizing lenses to deal with it. Not sure if there's a good way of making the surface less reflective
     
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  6. wrs

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    OK, not to be an ass but I think this is kind of like ccbs that squeak, you just tune it out unless you let it get under your skin. Yeah, I know it's there but I take my focus off it immediately if I notice it.

    However, I will follow this thread to see if there is any simple solution suggested.
     
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  8. SeattleStew

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    Polarizing lenses is the easiest cost effective solution. I just keep a pair in the car. Obviously at night it's an issue to wear anything that reduces light, but it's more of a daytime issue anyway.
     
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