392 White with 35’s

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392 with 35’s
 

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392 with 35’s
Very nice! I have decided to stay with 35's and seeing your Jeep with them helps me think I made the right decision.
 
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By GPS speed I only notice 2-3 mph difference. At 70 mph Jeep rads 70 GPS shows 74. I did not recalibrate Speedo as I’m ok with the small difference
 
By GPS speed I only notice 2-3 mph difference. At 70 mph Jeep rads 70 GPS shows 74. I did not recalibrate Speedo as I’m ok with the small difference
I agree; not enough difference to matter, except maybe in traffic court.
 
Very nice-looking shoes you got! Still think the 35's should've been the standard upon release. Proportionally they are what the 392 needs!
 
Very nice-looking shoes you got! Still think the 35's should've been the standard upon release. Proportionally they are what the 392 needs!
I agree…
For calibration I used Tazor on mine and not only fixed speed off a few miles an hour but got transmission shift points back to stock setting which was my main desire when moving to 35”
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I agree…
For calibration I used Tazor on mine and not only fixed speed off a few miles an hour but got transmission shift points back to stock setting which was my main desire when moving to 35”View attachment 2152
Could you elaborate on your statement, "got transmission shift points back to stock setting.” I don’t really understand how tire size impacts shift points. And, if the Tazer can adjust shift points, can it adjust my stock 392 so it doesn’t go so quickly into a higher gear. I find in my neighborhood, where speed limits range from 20-45 MPH, I frequently use the paddle shifters to “down gear” into a better gear. Out on the highway I like the shift points OK.
 
Could you elaborate on your statement, "got transmission shift points back to stock setting.” I don’t really understand how tire size impacts shift points. And, if the Tazer can adjust shift points, can it adjust my stock 392 so it doesn’t go so quickly into a higher gear. I find in my neighborhood, where speed limits range from 20-45 MPH, I frequently use the paddle shifters to “down gear” into a better gear. Out on the highway I like the shift points OK.
I noticed with speed o off due to tires it shifted in and out of high gear running 70+ on interstate. It now feels like original shifting with the factory 33”s and doesn’t jump out of high to lower gear. My only assumption is Tazor compensates for tire change and shift points are match to speed o. No expert here but it does feel back to stock setup.
 
I dont see it as programming the shift points or transmission. Its just that with the speedometer corrected the computer initiates shifts at more appropriate times.
 
I agree…
For calibration I used Tazor on mine and not only fixed speed off a few miles an hour but got transmission shift points back to stock setting which was my main desire when moving to 35”View attachment 2152
Great looking ride! making me doubt my color choice of white!!
 
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