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Old 04-28-2013, 03:15 PM   #21
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GPS verified 90.9 mph when indicating 100.

That means I was actually doing 70 in a 65.

I usually respect police, but this one was a lying pig.
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Your speedo about 9% fast then. FYI. The speed and distance calibrations on the speedo don't always match like they should ether. So if you try to correct it by distance the speed still may not be correct or vice a versa, correct the speed and the distance will be off. If you run a larger then stock tire then it will offset some of the gearing change.
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Mine has a cable, not a pickup. It has about a 5 mph offset through the range.
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