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I'm about to install the bilsteins on my 2011. I have the stock 20's and I want to put a bigger tire on. I would like to know how bad the speedodometer got knocked off and how you recalibrated it.
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Ready for this. This is a backyard remedy. Have a buddy pace you with thier own car. lol.. That is what I would do even though it sounds non-hi tech duct tapish but hey I have not shame if it works well.
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Okay I wasn't even thinking about that even though I do that with my four wheelers! Hey man. Rednecks are good engineers. But I'm still looking for a way to do it where it works.
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you buy a tuner to recalibrating it, or there is a hypertech speedometer calibrator that I think does just that. I think u can google a calculator that lets you inputer original tire size and new tire size and it'll give u your speedo changes. it's not a linear change, it's gets off more the faster you go
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Okay thanks man. I really just wanted to know if a tuner would do it. Thanks again.
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