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post #1 of 10 Old 07-19-2005, 01:39 AM Thread Starter
 
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Speedo correction ratio help??

just put a yellow box on, and i suck at math. so....
question is, went from stock gearing to 16/40.. anyone
got any guess's what my correction numbers should be?
10%?? any guess?
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I'm running 11.2% and verified at low speeds with a radar detector that may not be the most accurate, but It was a match at 50mph. I think most running this gearing is at the %15-18% but if the stock guage is off by 5% maybe I'm not to far off from where I started on stock gearing, so I live with it for now.
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Sorry, forgot to mention I'm running the exact same gearing.
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I have just bought a speedo healer from a board member does anyone have the directions on how to calibrate the unit?

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I have just bought a speedo healer from a board member does anyone have the directions on how to calibrate the unit?
Go here and do the online calculator tool. Not hard and the results spell out what your numbers are and how to program the unit for those numbers. Pretty simple

http://www.speedohealer.com/eng/adjust.htm

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nevermind got the instructions off of there web-site

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Go here and do the online calculator tool. Not hard and the results spell out what your numbers are and how to program the unit for those numbers. Pretty simple

http://www.speedohealer.com/eng/adjust.htm
yea after I posted i found that as well thanks

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just put a yellow box on, and i suck at math. so....
question is, went from stock gearing to 16/40.. anyone
got any guess's what my correction numbers should be?
10%?? any guess?

Use the calculator at speedohealer.com. The error should be the same.
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I was going to say the same thing about speedohealers site as that the one I have.

Just do this, either do actual distance vrs indicated distance or actual speed vrs indicated speed and it will accomplish what you are looking for. Then input the info on speedohealers site and it should get you really close.
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Crap, mine is 75%! I've tried 16.6%, 14.4%, 12% and all were way off. We'll see if this works.


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