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Talon 32s

Discussion in 'Talon 1000 Wheels and Tires' started by Choped5er, Jul 25, 2019.

  1. jasond

    jasond Member

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    So I just got out to check this and there’s a substantial difference between the dash readout and the GPS readout. I’ve got 32x10x15 Carnivores all around.

    My dash readout on flat ground, High/Sport Mode WFO, was 72 MPH. The same GPS readout during this run was 77 MPH.

    I did some additional cruising to see if the 5 MPH difference was consistent and it does appear to be very repeatable at varying speeds.

    Here’s a screenshot of the GPS top speed:

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  2. bjniceguy

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    it should be progressive like 2-3 off at 30mph & 5-6 at 60mph
     
  3. jasond

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    Correct. I guess I didn’t specify. Very repeatable at varying speeds in the 55-70 MPH range.
     
  4. OzkMtnTalon

    OzkMtnTalon New Member

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    yes 1.5 inch spacer in rear to true to front. I don't have a lift i have 1.5 inch forward front A arms and zero rubbing. 32's on the x in stock form will rub slightly
     
  5. jamesh

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    I've read foward A arms can make handling worse. But also a lot of people use them. What is your assessment of the handling effects of them on.the talon?
     
  6. OzkMtnTalon

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    It seems to handle better. with the wheel offset and the forward arms i'm 1.5 inches wider than a stock r model and i never measured but with the forward arms it gives it a little longer wheelbase. so it handles better but i lost a little turning radius but its still better turning radius vs the R model turning radius.
     
  7. Jamie-in-WV

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    Just put on some 32" AMS M1 Evils no clearance issues and no spacers used.

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