Speedometer Correction

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Asked by Nov 02, 2008 at 07:51 PM

Question type: Car Customization

I would like to correct my speedometer after slapping on the 35's.  how would i go about doing that??

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If your computations were correct, you shouldn't need a correction. Were they correct?

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which computations?? how do i do that?

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Sergio..I'm sorry. Since this is a tuner site, I assumed you were driving a tuner car and not a SUV with a lift kit. There is a basic formula that works for cars. In your case, you're gonna need a recalibration of either your computer or the speedometer. Your best bet is to go to a site for Chevy and ask for lift and tire upsizing information.

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Sorry about that. I'll search for the formula. Thanks!

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