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  • Hypertech Max Energy Speedomoter Calibration

  • Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on Pinterest Email Page to a Friend Video Center Hypertech Max Energy Speedomoter Calibration (00:42) Category: Engine Tuning Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on Pinterest Email Page to a Friend Follow along as Hypertech demonstrates how to adjust…

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  • Smaller Wheels for Winter?

  • …adjusting the tire size so the overall diameter is close to or equal to the diameter of the Original Equipment. This allows your speedometer and odometer to not be affected. When you have the same diameter tire, but a smaller diameter wheel, this gives the tire's sidewall more height, which…

  • Plus Sizing 101

  • …sizing is twofold. First, doing so maintains the overall diameter of the Tire & Wheel Package. This is important to keep the accuracy of your odometer, speedometer and other vehicle instrumentations. Second, plus sizing with a lower profile tire often leads to more responsive handling and a…

  • Better Fuel Mileage with Your Tires

  • …than a new tire. With every rotation of a worn tire, you are traveling a slightly shorter distance than you would on a new tire. Of course your odometer does not account for this, so there is an error in the fuel economy calculation. When you install a new tire, you are correcting this wear and also…

  • Review of: Yokohama ADVAN A83A

  • …dry traction encourages you to test out the limits of your car%27s chassis and your passengers%27 patience. Until it rains. And then, check your odometer. If you have over 20k on the clock, it%27s too late. You should have swapped tires by now. When in middle age, this tire%27s playful fair-weather…

  • Eliminate Fender Gap with Eibach Springs

  • …A well tuned set of lowering springs will make the car look better, handle better and unlike oversized tires, it will not make the speedometer, odometer and other systems overestimate vehicle speed and mileage. The good folks from Eibach dropped by to visit us last week and reminded us of all the…

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  • Do I have to keep a staggered set-up?

  • …cases where the rear tire is taller, you must maintain the staggered sizes. The electronic systems, like traction control and ABS as well as speedometer and odometer, are expecting that taller tire. You can get your tire diameters from our website by checking the specs page on the tires of interest.

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