Trust me you can take it to a shop they can do it you cant unless shown how to, its not easy.Easy way is to get a buddy to drive next to you and see how fast hes going compared to you.And you will know how much slower you are and you can adjust your speed using your brain!! Always a good thing!!!!! You can also use this formula (before driving is preferred) to figure your actual speed:
(NEW tire size / OLD tire size) * Speedometer reading = Actual Speed
For example going from the stock 235/75R15 to 31x10.50R15 would go like this:
(31/28.88) * 75 = 80.5
there is a small gear on the end of your speedo cable at the trans.the gears range from 16 teeth to 21 teeth each tooth is good for about 5 mph.count how many teeth you have now .determine desired adjustment and add or subtract teeth needed to get correct speed .pick up at dealer by saying i need a 18 tooth drive gear or as needed.
It will depend upon your bike. Older vulcans used a mechanical speedometer (a cable runs from the front wheel to the back of the speedometer. I don't know of a way to adjust these. other than changing your tire size (not recommended). Newer bikes use an electronic speedometer, and for this there is a fix. A little device called Speedohealer. It took a few tries to calibrate, but now my '07 1500 reads dead on. http://www.xtsportbikeaccessories.com/SpeedoHealer_HealTech.html
It wont. They will only change when you increase/decrease the size dramatically as the wheel or tire. A one inch change wont make a difference.A more accurate answerIt's true that the size of the rim does not directly have any impact on the speedometer accuracy. But changing the rim size generally means that you'll be changing the size of the tire. The speedometer is directly affected by the circumference of the tire that is used. If you use a tire with a 10% larger circumference, the speedometer will indicate that you're going 10% slower than you really are. If you match the circumference of the 14 inch tire to the circumference of the 15 inch tire, the speedometer accuracy will not change.
This truck has an electronic speedometer. There is no speedometer drive cable, and therefore no drive gear to change to adjust the ratio. You can buy a box for around $170 that is inserted into the sensor circuit to adjust the speedometer readout. You can figure out how to reprogram the speedometer. Those are the options I have found. I am dealing with this issue on my girlfriend's son's S-10. Further research found this reference, which looks good to me. This weekend, I'm going to find the DRAC module and modify it according to the directions. The electronic module is very specific. Is it worth spending the money just to "calibrate" the speedometer. What are the symptoms of the uncalibrated speedometer. Wheel size change. Tire size change. It would be cheaper and faster to just have a dealer do it then you wouldn't have an expensive piece of useless equipment taking up space
The answer depends on the size of the tire in relation to the original tire size. A tire with a smaller circumference will turn more at a given speed, which will cause a higher speed being displayed on the speedometer. A tire with a larger circumference will lead to a slower speed being displayed. The speedometer can be calibrated to correctly display the speed for a different tire size. Changing the size of tires on a vehicle will also change the way the vehicle handles and may cause faster wear on suspension components.
Many speedometer shops do it routinely. If it off significantly, they change the little gear in your trans that turns the cable. It's od determines ratio which determines what you see. I have heard a digital is easier but no adjustment can be made until it is determined how far off yours is by running on a dynomometer type machine. If tire size is close to original, discrepancy is negligible.
To adjust the size of a friendship bracelet you can go to any jewelry store and get different estimates to have them adjust the bracelet to fit your wrist.To adjust a handmade friendship bracelet, depending on how it is made, you either slide the knots along the string to adjust or you untie, adjust the size, and retie the knot.
The speedometer does not take into consideration the size of the tires. It measures the rpm's of the transmission or differential. **incorrect, the speedometer uses a predetermined constant based on the circumference of the stock tire diameter multiplied by the number of revolutions** I suggest driving alongside a friend who can signal you when his speedometer reaches predetermined speeds according to the speed zone and check your own speedometer to determine the speed you need to drive for that speed zone. Do this on a rural road with no oncoming traffic to avoid any accidents.
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