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  • Abquid
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    GSXR gauges on an '88

    My Hawk has '92 GSXR 600 gauges on it. It had them when I got it, so I don't know all of the details involved in adapting them, but I could take pictures. I think they look far better than the Hawk ones, and they have a separate temp gauge.[/img]

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  • kennie
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    I used to run a Veypor set of gauges on my FZR. It was the cheapest digital speedo I can find that had a tach. (I used to run a sigma bike computer on the Hawk when the speedo got bashed in by the damn asphault) One word of advice - use more magnets for the pickup. These can be used with ANY motorcycle, 2 or 4 stroke.

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  • dagus
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    I'm pretty sure you have to take the rim size into account. I'd ask the www.hawkgt.com email list.

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  • Machismo111
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    Not sure about it, but as I understand all you need to do is mount it, connect the wires for the backlight, and then plug the cable into the reciever down on the wheel. Never done it myself, but should be a pretty simple job.

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  • Soul
    started a topic Using an aftermarket speedo

    Using an aftermarket speedo

    Any of you running after market speedos? If so, what are you running and do you recommend it? How how hoops did you have to jump through to get it working?
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