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Haltech Speedo Healer calibration - June 4, 2009, 05:17 PM

With the Haltech V4 healer, what is the maximum MPH range the speedometer can adjusted to?

for example actual speed is 85 mph but have the speedo say 45mph or 125mph...is there a limit to the range of speed above or below the actual speed?

what is the most efficient way to do this..butt dyno, street, real dyno?
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June 4, 2009, 05:29 PM

I think the most you can go is 99.9% up or down from actual, but don't quote me on it. My instructions say something like if you're on a ZX-14 on a closed course and you want to override the built in speed limiter, set the speedometer to read 99.9% lower than current, and the bike will reach actual top speed long before the speedometer reaches the speed at which it tells the ECU to cut you off.


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June 5, 2009, 06:26 AM

Go here: http://www.healtech-electronics.com/

You can use the online calculator.

I used the calculator to compensate for my gearing change, then verified it with a GPS unit.

OSD is correct, 99.9% either plus or minus.




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