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Speedometer with bigger wheels and tires

Discussion in 'Wheels & Tires' started by Kiko, Feb 16, 2015.

  1. Feb 16, 2015 at 6:17 PM
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    Hey guys. I'm putting 33x12.5R20 wheels and tires on my 2014 tundra. I know that it will affect the speedometer and mileage . Any suggestions on how to fix that?

    Thanks
     
  2. Feb 16, 2015 at 7:14 PM
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    I think the hypertech chip or programer fixes it.
     
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    The hypertech can fix it.

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  5. Feb 17, 2015 at 9:03 AM
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    I doubt it'll be more than a couple mph off. On my '14 I did 295/70/18's (nitto spec's 34.6") and I'm about 5% off.... 2mph around 40mph, and about 3-4mph off on the freeway. I would check your speed with a gps after installing the tires before spending the money on the hypertech speedo calibrator.
     
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  6. Feb 17, 2015 at 9:25 AM
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    I wouldn't worry about recalibrating speedometer with 33 inch tires. From what I read, your speedometer becomes more accurate with 33 inch tires than with stock 32 inch tires.
     
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    Would you need to going from 33's to 35's?
     
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    Yes. Your speedometer will be substantially off with 35. For some reason, vehicles are set so the speedometer reads faster speed than the actual speed. It may have to do with law suits, but I am not sure. For Tundras, 33 seems to be almost spot on with gps speed reading.
     
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    With my 35's I'm off 3-4 mph.
     
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    Cant hurt, see my post above.
    Yeah, it's actually a percentage so at low speed it's nearly correct and the faster you go the more mph the gap is from what it should read. On mine it's 3-4 on the freeway (70mph) but only like 2 mph in town (around 35-40mph)
     
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    This is probably right just never checked it in town before. ^^
     
  12. Feb 17, 2015 at 5:29 PM
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    That changes with speeds

    Take it from someone who was stopped 90+ In a 75 from CSP ...no cite though.
     
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    A good way to find out is to find one of those portable radars where it displays your speed...or know some fellow LEO friends that'll use a radar or laser to measure Ur MPH :cool:
     
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    There are plenty of speed apps to download on your smartphone also. The one I use is speed box.
     
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    Yes, like I said it's a percentage difference not fixed like some believe it to be.
    Mine as an example seems to be off 5%(verified w/ GPS app) so in calculations......

    Reads----------Actual
    20 mph x 105% =21mph
    30 mgh x 105% = 31.5mph
    40..... 42mph
    50...... 52.5mph
    60..... 63mph
    70..... 73.5mph
    80..... 84mph
     
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    Here's a pretty handy calculator.

    http://www.tacomaworld.com/forum/tirecalc.php

    Hypertech will work, or some shops will calibrate. We have a guy local that will calibrate and provide a notarized statement as to how far off it was. Can get speeding reduced to improper equipment.
     
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