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I got the TrailTech Tach/Hour gauge...its definately needed and a great gadget to have when setting clutch rpm stallspeed and idle speed...Its more useful than that for me.....The hour meter comes in handy when keeping tabs on running hours n such too

 

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Mine costed me $27 bucks but it was on sale at Daves deal of the week sale......

It mounts two ways...with double stick tape or screws.....the red wire end just simply wraps around the sparkplug wire to pickup the pulses.........

 

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Yea very useful for setting up clutches and a must have if your using high dallor clutches. Alot of racers will remove their tachs so they dont get jacked in a crash but some like to keep an eye on temps if water cooled
 

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thanks yeah i found a guy selling them in the uk so im happy and there £20.00 so all good and i think ill get a rpm and a water temp as its allways good to see whats going on and whern to stop for cooling and well im not to wurryd as i dont think ill crash that bad as i havent in well a long time. but who knows now iv talked it up ill be waiting now hahaha
 

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thanks yeah i found a guy selling them in the uk so im happy and there £20.00 so all good and i think ill get a rpm and a water temp as its allways good to see whats going on and whern to stop for cooling and well im not to wurryd as i dont think ill crash that bad as i havent in well a long time. but who knows now iv talked it up ill be waiting now hahaha
Get a lil creative and french the gauges into the gastank cover so the faces just show...If ya crash theres a 95% chance theyll survive knock on wood..............They are pretty safe just being double sided taped to the upper fork clamp bracket[triple tree top]........Good luck
 

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Get a lil creative and french the gauges into the gastank cover so the faces just show...If ya crash theres a 95% chance theyll survive knock on wood..............They are pretty safe just being double sided taped to the upper fork clamp bracket[triple tree top]........Good luck

the only thing is my gastank cuver is 5mm thick and the tto meeter is like 25mm thats all i might make it so it has like a C shaped bracket so the i pute the gas tank back on and bolt it then pute then bracket on then blot the gas tank and then bolt the rpm meeter to that then its at the best place plus if i crash cant see it geting much there can you?
 
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