RPM meter shows your vehicle RPM on the dashboard. It’s analog and needle rotates on the Y axis. This is not an actual RPM of the vehicle but rather a fake representation of it. The RPM is calculated by dividing the speed by current number of gears.
To adapt your model name the needle
fc_rpm. Optionally you can specify the start angle (where 0 is at) and the end angle (where the max rpm is at). Add them as suffix
ay(start_angle)_(end_angle) By default, the start angle is 0 & end angle is 180.
Next, you can (optional) add the maximum possible rpm the rpm meter will display. Add it like this
_m(max_rpm). By default, the script uses 9.