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Auto Enginuity speedo adjustment

I have a question about adjusting the speedo with the Auto Enginuity. Is it a one time deal as far as if I had someone adjust it for me would there ever be a need to reset it, other than changing tire size? Also if I were to run an SCT tuner down the road does the speedo being adjusted by the Auto Enginuity affect the SCT at all??

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Hmm, I have AE enhanced Ford software and was unaware that you could do that? Where is that option at?

You can recalibrate the speedo with a SCT tuner as well.
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I have heard it is under the ABS section. I don't have one and I'm trying to find someone who could help me out with my speedo. As far as the SCT I have heard that it only adjusts the trans shifts points. Thats why it asks for tire size.

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No, because it asks you if you want to recalibrate the speedo for other then stock tire size. I've had customers use it to recalibrate the speedo.

I'll check the AE tomorrow at work and see if it does that. I've never really gotten in the ABS side of it, mostly just use it for engine diagnostics.
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Do you know which model it is that they are using? Also what size tire does it go up to? And has the change been accurate?

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I have some SF3's at the shop, I'll check tomorrow as far as what tire size they go up to. I sell the crap out of SF3 tuners, but I think all models do it. Not 100% sure on that though. I've never had anyone complain about it not being accurate either.
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I've never used it on a Ford but when I used it on my Dads Dodge it was a bit strange.

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I have a new SCT X3 and it does adjust the speedo!

I was told that the speedo adjustment option was added to the software last summer.

It is great to finally have my speedo reading correct

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AE speedo adjustment. Click on the link in post #12.
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Greg I see you have 35's. Would the adjustment go any lower for the RPMs of the tires? My tires are 37s and have 560 rpms.

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