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been looking at diy dash's and found this ....
looks very nice.
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i quite like these......
Rubber,and things that you strap on?? 0898 numbers, Am i on the right site ?
Of Course :-)
they are very simple and easy to fit and calibrate.
i have some pictures of my installation somewhere, the magnet is fixed into a small holder and fixed to the back of the front O/S brake disc the pick up is fitted on a home made bracket fitted between the calliper mounting bolts i have never lost the magnet and a recent check shows its going nowhere just yet, the sensor however is delicate and easily broken and has had to be replaced more than once. since it is just a micro reed switch it turns out to be very cheap to do DIY (about 40p) whereas the manufacturer replacement was £15 a time!
calibration is just a good tape measure and get the circumference in mm's and enter it into the unit.
Just trying to help mate
Doesn't take long Daryl strapping things on, I don't know you and rubber goods. have you tried an 0898 number.
This is the one i've got for mine http://www.s3performance.com.au/acewell-3150-lcd-digital-speedomete... picked it up from locostbuilders for £35 still got the film on the screen!
It looks neat but the rev counter would read wrong on our cars as we get two pulses per crank revolution. Still, if its a bike one then it probably goes to beyond 14,000 rpm which would be 7,000 real rpm - plenty to destroy my Pinto!
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