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Old 05-12-2012, 10:10 AM   #1
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AEV Procal Module near Cherry Hill

Hey all, just got 33's on the jeep and was wondering if anyone had a procal module I could use to recal my system?? I'm in Barrington near Cherry Hill/Haddonfield..Please let me know.
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OK, not sure If I really need one now.. I've heard a few people say it is not necessary with 33's. Anyone find it necessary to recalibrate right away?

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Hey all, just got 33's on the jeep and was wondering if anyone had a procal module I could use to recal my system?? I'm in Barrington near Cherry Hill/Haddonfield..Please let me know.
Thanks, Randy
You cant "lend" a procal. Once used, it is mated to that Jeep and cannot be used on another until the original is put back to stock.
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Didn't know that... Thanks for the info...
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OK, not sure If I really need one now.. I've heard a few people say it is not necessary with 33's. Anyone find it necessary to recalibrate right away?
I bought a Superchips and notice a vast improvment after I added the 33's. If you have a automatic that is, a 6 speed it is not needed as much for performance as it is to recaliberate the speedometer!!

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