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So are these like the typical honda speedos with 10% over actual speed showing on speedometer. Every honda i have checked has this and didnt know if the fury did, I havent clocked it or ran past a "your speed is ---" sign
 

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I ran yesterday with my GPS on my bike and it calculated the speed spot on with the Fury speedo..
I tested my Jeep with it for the first time, I put 33" tires on it (a long time ago) and never realized the speedo speed is actually going 5 mph faster than it reads..
Now I know the GPS is not 100% accurate but it did match what the bike MPH read..
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Gps's are fairly acurate pending the roads and sat reception, my boat ran 72 on lazer and my s10 which i run at the track and have gotten tickets with and the cops radar was dead on with my speedo all confirm mine is good in south florida. I know every honda that i have checked is 10% off though thanks for checking the fury, now i have to keep it at the speed limit and not think ok im on a honda can go 5 over. Depending on the year of your jeep you could probably change the speedo gear in the tailshaft of the trans to correct it ($25 bucks i think for parts) or if you have a programmer on it can correct it that way usually
 

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Like the rest of you, my Shadow was about 10% high. My Fury seems to be pretty accurate. I checked it earlyier this past summer.
 

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I got stopped taking mine to the shop for the winter mods and was hauling due to being frozen and the speed I was quoted (75/45) was what I saw on the speedo lol.
 
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