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    Default Pirelli Angel GT in 190/55 - will they fit

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    I run Pirelli Diablo Rosso III in 190 55 onthe rear, no issues. you will have to re-calibrate your speedo with a speedo healer as it does affect speedo readings. If you don't have one installed it will make it more accurate as the speedo is out stock anyway.
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    Thanks. I wasn't really thinking about the speedo reading, more for the fit under the tire hugger.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dicko View Post
    I run Pirelli Diablo Rosso III in 190 55 onthe rear, no issues. you will have to re-calibrate your speedo with a speedo healer as it does affect speedo readings. If you don't have one installed it will make it more accurate as the speedo is out stock anyway.
    Hmm.. The standard fitment is 190/50 so if I change the tyre to 190/55 - is this a mandatory step?

    Are the service centre guys able to do this?

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    Default Pirelli Angel GT in 190/55 - will they fit

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    Hmm.. The standard fitment is 190/50 so if I change the tyre to 190/55 - is this a mandatory step?

    Are the service centre guys able to do this?
    Made the switch half a year ago. No problems with anything. Do it and don't worry about it.

    Same 4 mph off compared to gps as before

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    Quote Originally Posted by AEG View Post
    Made the switch half a year ago. No problems with anything. Do it and don't worry about it.

    Same 4 mph off compared to gps as before
    Hmm... 4 mph equates to a little bit over 6 kmh here and in our awesome state - could mean a difference between a speeding fine or not...


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    I suppose you could just get a speedo correction module and get your speed accurate.

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    The key is that it didn't change after the swap. So your right wrist issues remain as before Pirelli Angel GT in 190/55 - will they fit

 

 

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