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Speedo Correction Options

Discussion in '1992-Present Chevy & GMC models' started by dhcomp, Jan 20, 2006.

  1. dhcomp

    dhcomp 3/4 ton status Premium Member

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    Ok, 94 k1500 blazer, 350, 4l60e....etc

    Stock tire size is 265/75R16's, and im thinking about stepping up to a 33/12.50

    I knwo the speedo is only off slightly, but what are my options for correcting it?
     
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    ooo, the looks like a good deal.

    Is that one that can be adjusted, or one that is set to recal to just one size? It seems to be just one size, but then again, its only $20. I may have to order one of those....

    THanks!
     
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    Now Chris, you should know me by now. It's on the list.:D

    Besides, your truck will need one of the Superlift TrueSpeed corrector device thingy, or reprogram the PCM (for example, ask for a Westers flash for your next B-Day). Only the TBI trucks and the 6.5's use the VSS buffer in the dash.
     
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    Looks like a good deal if you think you will stay with one size tire.
     
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    Hahahaha :wink1: :D

    Yeah a Wester's Tune wold be a marvelous gift... :D But if I get a tune I might as well get headers, cam, blah blah blah... right? :D :D
     
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    I am trying to work on my VSSB for my 95 chevy truck with a 4L80E. I have heard that my pulses per rev is 31 not 40. Can anyone confirm this?
     

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