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Old 04-09-2012, 04:24 PM   #1
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Speedometer/problems due to lift and tires

Recently put a 2" procomp lift an 35" BFG on my 2012 wrangler sport and now my speedometer and odometer are all out of sort. What Is the best way to fix this? I've heard a super chip is the best way but I'm not sure.

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That will be due to the 35's. I don't know if the superchips is available for the '12 yet. AEV Procal will fix it and it is cheaper at $150

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X2 aev pro-cal.
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AEV Procal or HyperTech Speedo Calibrator (which you can upgrade later to the other module when they finally get around to it). FYI I'm selling my Hypertech one for cheaper than the AEV set.
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Recently put a 2" procomp lift an 35" BFG on my 2012 wrangler sport and now my speedometer and odometer are all out of sort. What Is the best way to fix this? I've heard a super chip is the best way but I'm not sure.
Performance tuners like Superchips aren't available for MY '11+.

AEV Procal will do the job.
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