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Anyone have any info on the TS Respeed?

There site leaves a lot to pick up on your own... Like Price, and install...

Is it similar to the superchips recall unit?

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Re: Anyone have any info on the TS Respeed?

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There site leaves a lot to pick up on your own... Like Price, and install...

Is it similar to the superchips recall unit?
The official release date is 12/1/07. The ReSpeed retails $249.00 for 04 and older style trucks. $299.00 for 05 and newer model trucks.

The main functions are:

Recalibrates tire size and/or gear ratio for accurate speed readings to gain precise engine performance and speedometer display.

The ReSpeed can turn off the speed limiter or set the maximum speed the computer sees for optimum engine performance.

Applications are available for all major diesel brands and gas applications.

Zane @ WOP has played a major role in helping with the OBS ReSpeed design.
The ReSpeed enabled Zane to break the 114mph barrier and reach his new best of 10.86 @ 124.5mph. The ReSpeed also works on ALL Ford, Dodge & Chevy Diesel & Gas applications.

Installation time - Est 30 minute. Detailed photo instructions are being designed at this time.


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Re: Anyone have any info on the TS Respeed?

Good Info. Thanks Sheila





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Re: Anyone have any info on the TS Respeed?

Is it a plug and play kind of thing or do you have to cut and splice and fish things out of connectors?

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Re: Anyone have any info on the TS Respeed?

The ReSpeed is basically a 5 Wire hookup.

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Switch - Used to turn speed limiter on & off

The vehicle speed sensor wire is cut and spliced to hook up output/input.

Your basically looking at an approx 30 minute install.

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Re: Anyone have any info on the TS Respeed?

Can't that all be done in tuning?
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Can't that all be done in tuning?
The speed limiter, yes.

The speedo calc...no. You can do it with a Ford scaner, but only up to 35's...

I have been waiting for AE to come out with an update to let us reprogram the comp for this... But nothing yet.

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Re: Anyone have any info on the TS Respeed?

I'm pretty sure Jody calibrated a couple SD's when he was here LIVE tuning.

As for the OBS speed limiter, I know he can program around that.
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I'm pretty sure Jody calibrated a couple SD's when he was here LIVE tuning.

As for the OBS speed limiter, I know he can program around that.

As far as I know there is no way thru a Chip to reprogram for bigger tires, Maybe he used a scanner? Speed limiter is easy...

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Re: Anyone have any info on the TS Respeed?

Hmmm, I could be wrong.......

The OBS speed limiter is/was not an easy task.
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