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Need X-Cal 2 Help

I got my X-cal 2 today and I have put it in. I have my gears set to 3:55's and my tire revs set to 655(should be 656 according to BFG's site). My speedo is still way off. What do I need to do? Thanks for the help!

Mike

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How the heck do you get to these adjustments? I want to adjust for my tire size and I cant figure out how to do it
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You scroll down after you hit program and it gives you the option of changing stuff. You need to know how many revs per mile your tires make.



I STILL NEED HELP! How many revs per mile do you have your 32's set at?
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Ya mine def. does have that...I just see stuff like shift firmness and such..sorry to interrupt the thread Mike lol
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No problem, I'll take it as a free bump. You have to scroll down and then you'll see it.
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Alrighty Ill try it again tomorrow haha
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I wont have mine for a week or two, otherwise i could tell ya
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check out rangers revenge.com. and hit up the forums. theres a whole section in there. also you could check out the sct site and their forums, or if all else fails, call up sct tomorrow.

sorry i can be more help, but i havent really gotten a chance to mess around with mine yet since i havent had the computer in yet
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I got my X-cal 2 today and I have put it in. I have my gears set to 3:55's and my tire revs set to 655(should be 656 according to BFG's site). My speedo is still way off. What do I need to do? Thanks for the help!

Mike
I've had mine for quite awhile. Everything you've done seems correct, so I'm not sure why you're speedo isn't fixed. I would definitely contact either SCT or the vendor you ordered your X-Cal 2 from.
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