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Good evening all,


I've dived into the world of modifying my bambino with a 3.5" lift and 35" tires (those seem to be fairly standard sized tires to increase to from the forums that I've read) and all of this will be happening on the 21st! I am having the dealership do it, specifically a shop foreman who seems very knowledgeable and has told me what parts to buy and to just bring into the shop. I recently had received an email from RC, and in it was possibly the solution to my future problem, the JEEP QUICKCAL SPEEDOMETER CALIBRATOR (07-17 WRANGLER JK).



The price looks great 140$ -- it's on sale and with free shipping and after watching the video it looks very quick and simple to use. The dealership quoted me 200$ for the speedometer calibration, and thinking back, I'm not sure if I even get to keep the device I'm spending money on.



Has anyone purchased and used this? Reviews? I'm anxious to dive in to save money but I'm wanting to hear back from some experienced jeepers first.


Thank you!

kristyn
 

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Go with the SuperChips FlashCal or AEV ProCal. Both are significantly less than $200 and you can do much more than the speedo cal.

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The Superchips does enable you to do a few other things too. I'm not sure about the RC unit. I'd check out both's websites and compare features.
 

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I doubt anyone has tried the Rough Country programmer as it is new. The dealership will most likely use their system to program tire size. You will receive nothing. Personally I would go with the AEV Procal or Superchips Flashcal for $30 more due to the fact that they have been around forever.
 

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1) 3.5 inch lift is too much for 35s 2) why go with unproven crap from a crap company. Get the AEV Procal or one of the SuperChips models.
 
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