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    Default Speed Sensor Recalibrater (Superlift)

    Anyone other than I have one? Did you notice any changes in performance? Just curious to see how you faired and see the difference between now and the spring, summer and fall.

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    Don't have one, but how hard was it to install? I would like to get one.

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    If you can solder and have 1 oz of common sense you can install one. All you need is to follow their destructions. Hardest part of the whole thing is crawling around on the floor to get to the factor speed sensor. Also if you have a GPS or a buddy with one you can dial that sucker in near perfect!

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