What is an Inline Speedometer Calibrator? – Hypertech, Inc.

What is an Inline Speedometer Calibrator?

All about the inline speedometer calibrator

An inline speedometer calibrator is a device used for a vehicle's speedometer correction and odometer readings for non-stock tire sizes and/or rear gear ratios. The calibrator is an inline module that plugs in behind the dash and helps to reprogram the vehicle's speedometer to match the output of larger tires.

How does an inline speedometer calibrator work?

In a vehicle, the speedometer measures how fast the wheels are turning. A sensor on a wheel or the output shaft of the gearbox can do this. The speedometer calibrator maintains the accuracy of the numbers on the speedometer and odometer, even if the car has changed.

What are the advantages of an inline speedometer calibrator?

Using an inline speedometer calibrator has advantages. It provides speedometer correction and correct odometer readings, which can be affected by modifications such as changing tire size or rear gear ratios. This ensures that the driver receives accurate information about the speed and distance traveled, essential for safe driving. A calibrated speedometer can also help avoid speeding tickets and potential legal issues that may arise due to inaccurate speedometer readings.

Overall, an inline speedometer calibrator is valuable for any vehicle owner looking to improve their driving experience. You can use inline speedometer calibrators on various vehicles, including trucks, SUVs, and cars. These devices can be handy for vehicles with non-stock tire sizes or rear gear ratios, as these modifications can cause inaccuracies in the speedometer and odometer.

It is simple to use and possible to configure the Hypertech Inline Speedometer Calibrator for either gear difference or tire size. Adjust your speedometer to reflect non-stock tires and/or gear ratios. You can easily navigate the procedure using the straightforward on-screen interface and reprogram the car's computer for precise readings in minutes.