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Old 29-03-2017, 07:43 AM
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Default digital gauges

Anyone on here fitted any?

LOSO and Acewell seems to be the most popular. Seems most use magnets as the speed sensor and a cable for the rev counter.

But what about wiring in the instrument lights, indicator fuel tank etc?
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Had an Acewell on my chop for years and still going strong. Once the wheel circumference is set up correctly nothing else to do.

Don't know about those things you call gauges, what are they?
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Old 31-03-2017, 09:22 PM
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Well yes I meant speedo and rev counter

But I meant the other pretty lights such as instrument lights, indicators, oil, fuel gauge etc ........ how are they wired up, do you have to chop the wiring?
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Rev counter is a wire wrap around one of the HT leads, I took it off as it looked crap and I know when to change gear...

As for the rest, that'll just be wire taps from the various circuits, should be simple enough.
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