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    Baby Twin rock6235's Avatar
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    Tachometer

    Hello to all....I would like to know if a sv1000 tachometer work on a tl1000s

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    It does not work plug 'n' play, but it can be made working like the GSXR clocks. Needs an Arduino as a data converter.

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    What's a good tachometer to use for tl1000s

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    Could you explain what you are trying to do. There's nothing wrong with the stock one. There's plenty of secondhand onew available if yours is faulty. Or are you trying to change it to something else for some reason. Which would mean rebuilding the stock speed tachometer unit to make something else fit.
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    Sorry your right I should have said what I was doing..I'm building a streetfighter and wanted to change the tachometer

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    Quote Originally Posted by rock6235 View Post
    What's a good tachometer to use for tl1000s
    If you want the full OE clocks functionality (fuel light, temp, FI-Errors, TPS) then it's either the SV1000 or GSXR 1000 K1-K4 (K5/K6). None will work plug 'n' play though. The all need a data converter (Arduino).

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    Do you know of anyone that does them for a price of course

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    Quote Originally Posted by rock6235 View Post
    Do you know of anyone that does them for a price of course
    Where are you from? If from any EU Country then I can do it if you provide the clocks. Currently I'm on the Canary Islands until end of next weel though.

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    Looking at the tlr in his avatar I'd say America Joe. Looks like a stretched swinging arm.
    black TL1000S rider,owned from new since august 98,hinkle windowed clutch cover,braided lines,5/8 front brake M/cylinder.1/5 throttle,Helibars,double bubble,stainless renegade cans, ohlins damper,stainless rad and oil cooler covers,undertray,carbon hugger,silver powdercoated wheels,k+n filter and TRE,R+G bungs,LED indicators,gold X ring chain with 40T rear sprocket,mini indicators, HID H4 headlights with led side lights.now done 85,000 miles.
    gold busa forks,gold six pots and gold rear caliper,pazzo levers all thanks to speedking
    van driver clutch pressure plate and bolt retainers,
    also done 306 laps of the nurburgring,
    now have my r1200gs adventure with 95.000 miles covered to date.

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    And it's left hand drive..
    Like my TL I'm old, overweight and badly maintained but I can still surprise you by how fast I can move.

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