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Old 05-06-2015, 02:51 PM
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Just put 35s on my 12 JK. I have A/T... The speedo is off highway riding constantly down shifting, running higher RPM. Will a simple tune fix this?

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You should be able to use a ProCal to reset the tire size which will correct your speedo and you can also use to adjust the shift points for the trans.

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What are you planning on using to tune it? And yes, most aftermarket tuners should be able to take care of this.
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Haha. That was my next question... What to use and if I've got to buy the tuner or take it somewhere..??
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I bought a FlashCal because I liked the display screen and ease of use. It will come in handy if you decide to regear as well. Just make sure you have access to a Windows PC in order to update it. I had to borrow my neighbor's.
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I used the Flash Cal on mine for the tires and gears. They work well and are really handy. I'm still playing with mine cause I run a metric tire size and it does not calibrate for that. Additionally you can purchase the upgrade for it later and you have the FlashPaq.

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Old 05-06-2015, 04:18 PM
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Ok, right on and thnx! So not Apple compatible? Shit.. My whole house is a damn apple cloud. Haha.

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