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Old 04-26-2009, 10:36 AM
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Thinking about buying Sct

I am thinking about buying the Sct tuner. I have a 06 f-250 with cold air intake and 4' exhaust no cat. Does it let you adjust the speedo for larger tires. I just want better mileage and better shifting. Also do the custom tunes cost extra or are the canned ones good enough for what i want.

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Old 04-26-2009, 10:40 AM
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the sct is great for better mileage (if you can keep your foot out of it), and better shifting but it does not allow for speedo adjustment for larger tires. I would contact one of the vendors on this site for your sct needs. Usually when you purchase the SCT you get 3 custom tunes for it. As far as the speedo calibration goes I would go with the speed wizard from here Speed Wizard Speedometer Correction it is the best product out there for calibration.
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I thought you could but had to enter it like by tire revs? I could be wrong
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you can enter the revolutions per mile but that does nothing for the speedo it is for the tranny from what I have seen on mine
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Does this mean when I get bigger tires I would have to change my revs/mile on my sct tuner?
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