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post #1 of 5 (permalink) Old 05-31-2016, 11:43 AM Thread Starter
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anyone switch to a single guage? clean up the clutter a little on the "dash"? maybe move the ignition switch.
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anyone switch to a single guage? clean up the clutter a little on the "dash"? maybe move the ignition switch.
naw...not here.
Too much work for a too simple (but clean) appearance....

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don't remember thread but in build section guy did a couple of mods "pain killer" think he called it.
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I actually went back to stock clocks/gauges, apart from liking the look of the stock ones, the previous owner had put smaller ones on my bike, temperature gauge didn't work and the speedo was far from accurate and made a real mess of the wiring. In saying that they all looked like $5 eBay specials.

I've swapped out gauges before on other projects and used a single gauge made by Acewell, had everything combined onto one dial. Wasn't cheap, but you get what you pay for
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I actually went back to stock clocks/gauges, apart from liking the look of the stock ones, the previous owner had put smaller ones on my bike, temperature gauge didn't work and the speedo was far from accurate and made a real mess of the wiring. In saying that they all looked like $5 eBay specials.

I've swapped out gauges before on other projects and used a single gauge made by Acewell, had everything combined onto one dial. Wasn't cheap, but you get what you pay for
I like the look and simplicity of the single gauge. really the only thing holding me back is the wiring, as in moving it all.
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