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    Aftermarket Speedo

    My very slow progress '88 Bros 400 is due a set of clocks and I'm looking at my options. It's got an RSV front end, so the stock one is a no-go (and it's in pieces) so looking at aftermarket. I want a temp gauge, so i think my options without breaking the bank are the Trailtech Vapor and the Daytona Deva - 01.

    Im siding with the Daytona (have a vapor on my DRZ though), but the temp sensor wants an M10 bolt into either the coolant or oil, is there an easy-to-use one somewhere already?
    or is there another inexpensive small speedo that I'm not thinking of?
    1988 Honda Bros 400

    its four years older then me

    #2
    I picked up a cheap gps speedo off Amazon for my backup bike, and it works fine.

    ELING Universal Digital GPS... https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07KP8DC7N...p_mob_ap_share
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      #3
      Originally Posted by 69Falcon View Post
      I picked up a cheap gps speedo off Amazon for my backup bike, and it works fine.

      ELING Universal Digital GPS... https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07KP8DC7N...p_mob_ap_share
      Actually looks pretty good to. Decent overall quality. Excellent quality for the price..

      Don't spend money and buy, spend time and learn.

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        #4
        It’s the temperature gauge I’m wanting though, some warning before it goes too wrong.
        1988 Honda Bros 400

        its four years older then me

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          #5
          Originally Posted by Boristhethird View Post
          It’s the temperature gauge I’m wanting though, some warning before it goes too wrong.
          Daytona is always a good option.
          Don't spend money and buy, spend time and learn.

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            #6
            Originally Posted by 6 View Post

            Daytona is always a good option.
            its just a case of finding an M10 bolt in the cooling system to replace with this sensor then
            1988 Honda Bros 400

            its four years older then me

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              #7
              Originally Posted by Boristhethird View Post

              its just a case of finding an M10 bolt in the cooling system to replace with this sensor then
              What size is the existing temp sensor?
              Don't spend money and buy, spend time and learn.

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                #8
                Originally Posted by 6 View Post

                What size is the existing temp sensor?
                hadn't occurred to me that I could use the original temp sensor hole!

                this thread implies it could be tapped out to M10
                https://www.hawkgtforum.com/forum/ho...d-thread-pitch
                1988 Honda Bros 400

                its four years older then me

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