Umm...I was just jokingOriginally Posted by Bobby Digital
Printing a stretched guage dial won't work, the difference is a percentage. The higher your driving speed, the more incorrect it becomes. Basically, the space between the 110mph and 120mph marks will have to be quite a bit bigger than the space between the 10mph and 20mph marks. The guages will look weird with uneven spacing.
yeah car speedo's are usualy under by about 5-10%Originally Posted by Scouse Monkey
Originally Posted by Bobby Digital
Actually it would because the difference is a percentage and it doesnt change. Mine is off by 33%. The space between 5 and 10 mph wouild be 33% larger and the difference between 65 and 70 mph would also be 33% larger. Thats the best way I can explain it. But I wouldnt do that anyways because I just got cadiallac escalade gauges for christmas and Im not about to ghetto them up.
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Hey Stank, have you looked at this yet? http://www.superlift.com/products/misc/truspeed.asp The cheapest I found on Froogle was $175.00 OR go to a local garage and I bet they would reprogram it for you pretty cheap.
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the 1st thing u have to do is see in inches the middle of tire after it is mounted. then find out how many inches r in a mile devide it this will give the tire revs in a mile. now get drb scan hooked up go to anti brakes click on 9 it will bring up pinion factor it will ask u what size rearend and revs for the tire all u have to do is enter the rev # and wait for it to program. do this alot i work at a chev,dodge,jeep dealership......