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blak94gsxJul-21-10 07:48 AM
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#32916, "possible tire problem."


          

i have searched the forums and found alot of people describing thier tires that they run on thier cars. now to describe my situation is my speedo is off about a steady +15mph. when i leave from a stop it almost instantly jumps to 20 mph. so my question is im running 205/40/17's and would that be enough to through it off that much. or does this sound like more a vss problem. also the car appears to have been converted from a/t to m/t. im trying to fix all the problems with that before i swap my tires for more reasonably sized tires like a 45 or 50 series. any suggestions would be appreciated.

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possible tire problem. [View all] , blak94gsx, Jul-21-10 07:48 AM
  RE: possible tire problem., Babbz413, Jul-21-10 12:49 PM, #1
RE: possible tire problem., RoninEclipse2G, Jul-21-10 03:37 PM, #2
      RE: possible tire problem., Babbz413, Jul-21-10 03:50 PM, #3
           RE: possible tire problem., AdministratorCODE4, Jul-21-10 05:40 PM, #4
                RE: possible tire problem., Babbz413, Jul-21-10 05:51 PM, #5

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