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BWAF

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Ride report for 31 TSLs: After playing with air pressure, I finally have left it on around 12lbs. 1-10 scale. Hill climbing a good 9. Mud a good 8 but don’t do much. Trail riding maybe a 7. All in all I would buy again today!!! For 600$. 31” tire that will last a long long time, don’t know how you could go wrong. IMO
For more traction and better ride get hot tire groover and cut center lug I'd my federals helped alot could do everyone too

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Yes sir BWAF! It’s already in the works. Funny story, I ran into a guy on the trails who suggested that last week and then offered to let me borrow his.... I was like heck yeah👍👍. I am in total agreement with you and really think the tires will be even better. Thanks for the advice!

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Yes sir BWAF! It’s already in the works. Funny story, I ran into a guy on the trails who suggested that last week and then offered to let me borrow his.... I was like heck yeah👍👍. I am in total agreement with you and really think the tires will be even better. Thanks for the advice!

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Make sure it is good and hot ,take you time slow and steady or you'll break blades
 
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just wanted to come back and say so far so good on the STI X Comp ATR Radial 32s They are great on sand, mud, all types of roads, haven't did a hard core trip to the mountains yet but by the looks of them I really don't see that being a problem but will chime back when I do.
 
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If you want to correct the Speedo only then you need 1. If you want to correct the Speedo AND the the signals going to the DCT, you will need 3 of them.

Note: the 2 used by the DCT must be programmed exactly the same or the DCT will freak out.
I have 32's on my Talon now so what you are saying I will need to buy 3 of these speedo DRD to correct everything as far as speedometer and shifting. Do you leave these DRD on the machine for good? And how do you program the drd does it have a button on it or do you use a laptop or something?
 

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I have 32's on my Talon now so what you are saying I will need to buy 3 of these speedo DRD to correct everything as far as speedometer and shifting. Do you leave these DRD on the machine for good? And how do you program the drd does it have a button on it or do you use a laptop or something?
I used the DRD on my dirt bike to compensate for gearing changes - they stay plugged in on the vehicle, are programmed with a button and a varying colored LED confirming status. No laptop involved. I don't know how many are needed in this application.

I reprogrammed mine with every gearing change (easier on a motorcycle obviously).
 

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I have 32's on my Talon now so what you are saying I will need to buy 3 of these speedo DRD to correct everything as far as speedometer and shifting. Do you leave these DRD on the machine for good? And how do you program the drd does it have a button on it or do you use a laptop or something?
I used the DRD on my dirt bike to compensate for gearing changes - they stay plugged in on the vehicle, are programmed with a button and a varying colored LED confirming status. No laptop involved. I don't know how many are needed in this application.

I reprogrammed mine with every gearing change (easier on a motorcycle obviously).
@CID is correct and let me add...
  • According to Brooks from 12oClockLabs, they are completely waterproof and submersible.
  • You will need 1 to correct only the speedo.
  • You will need an additional 2 to correct the DCT shifting
  • Adding 2 to correct the DCT shifting has NOT been tested on the Talon that I am aware of. Some postings here report that it works very well on the Pioneer after IGR or Portal installs with bigger tires. Bigger tires without IGR or Portals is an effective gear change but not the same as with IGR or Portals so it may or may not fix the shifting. No one has ponied up the extra $140 to find out that I know of.
 
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