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They both use the same data source, but don't have to process them exactly the same. The speedohealer site claims that most production odometers are usually pretty close, while the speedometer is intentionally inaccurate. In that case, you can fix the speedometer with the speedohealer, but then the odometer will be inaccurate.

So, did you check both?

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From reading their page, I doubt they will be:

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21. Will the SH calibrate both my speedo and odometer?


Yes, but it is not possible to calibrate them separately, as one speed signal drives both the speedometer and the odometer.


You can get 100% accurate speedometer AND 100% accurate odometer only on those bikes, which have zero "speedo-to-odo" error ratio built-in (e.g. Yamaha FJR1300).


On most bikes, if the speedo is calibrated to be 100% accurate, the odo will register slightly less miles. While this can be annoying in certain situations, one can always calculate the real distance easily after a long trip.


Alternatively, of course, you can get the factory default indication regardless of the used sprocket ratio: accurate odometer and slightly more indicated speed.


With our on-line calculator, you can optimize the calibration value easily for either speedo or odo.
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