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Old 06-17-2013, 06:58 PM
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Spartan and Speedometer

I was wondering, I have a dash daq on a 2008 F350. I wanted to know if anyone knew of any speedometer calibrators that were not part of the tuner that don't interfere with the tuner itself. I was looking at these two kits, does anyone have any experience with any others?

http://www.summitracing.com/parts/hy...Fa9fQgod2hsAYg

Jet Performance Part No. 50110 - Jet Accu-Speed Speedometer Calibrators

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Old 06-17-2013, 07:37 PM
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I did, they didn't know either
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I looked at both your links and didn't see the 6.4 as an application for either.
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Old 06-21-2013, 08:08 PM
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Does anyone know any that will work with the 6.4?
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One way is to return it to stock, have the dealer reset the tire size, go back home and load a tune, it will maintain the setting when you retune.
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I asked this same question about a week ago. My plan is to go to the dealer and while there retune to stock then have them change the tire size. I should get one start on while on a stock file. Then re tune and hopefully be good to go. If this plan won't please correct me.
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I really wish there was another way. If I didn't have the spartan I could adjust the tire size with an H&S.
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One way is to return it to stock, have the dealer reset the tire size, go back home and load a tune, it will maintain the setting when you retune.
I'm almost 100% sure that Charlie is correct. I don't think the dealer can go any higher than 35" though.
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well I'm out on both ways then. I really wish there was a way to calibrate the tire size.
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