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post #1 of 14 (permalink) Old 01-08-2010, 07:30 PM Thread Starter
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ACEWELL Speedo

Hey all,

I recently purchased the ACEWELL 2853 and have throughly read Chiron's thread here: https://www.vn750.com/forum/showthread.php?t=10179.

So I have looked at the wiring diagram for my model (which is slight different than his model) and need someone with more electrical genius than I to QA my thoughts.

Here is the Acewell diagram with what connections I think I should make to the wiring harness -



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post #2 of 14 (permalink) Old 01-08-2010, 08:57 PM
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According to the diagram it looks to me like a tach setup but I looked a few times and you did say "speedo" which I take it is a speedometer. Sorry but it doesn't make sense to me.

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It looks to me like a full combination dash with tach, speedometer, clock, signal indicators, neutral indicator, oil warning light, hi beam indicator and 4 way flasher indicator. Beyond that I will leave reading it up to those more experienced than I.

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OlHoss is correct - here is the link

http://www.electrosport.com/products...oducts_id=2256

Most of the bells and whistles to replace stock functions (less a temp guage).
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All done

Here it is all installed!

I love the form factor and it definately cleans up the front end of the bike.



Here is a close up shot.



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1994 VN750
Tins/Head lamp - flat black
Front fender ditched
Rear fender bobbed
Powder coated rims
Recovered seat
Progressive 11.5" shocks
Progressive fork springs
Jardine "rumbler" exhaust - wrapped
Relocated horn
12" Z-bar ape hangers
MF Battery
Motion Pro Throttle Cables
Venom 110/90-19 170/80-15
Side mount License Plate/ Brake Light
Aftermarket signals
Speedo - Acewell
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ok now why did you show me this?
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Nice looking unit Noob. How long did it take you to get it installed and working? And how do you like it when riding?
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The unit itself was easy to install! I just had to figure out the wiring, but now that is done for anyone else who wants to install.

I haven't actually riden with it yet...

I will let you know after I get it on the road.

The best part is, it is very reasonably priced, I payed a total of 160$.


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1994 VN750
Tins/Head lamp - flat black
Front fender ditched
Rear fender bobbed
Powder coated rims
Recovered seat
Progressive 11.5" shocks
Progressive fork springs
Jardine "rumbler" exhaust - wrapped
Relocated horn
12" Z-bar ape hangers
MF Battery
Motion Pro Throttle Cables
Venom 110/90-19 170/80-15
Side mount License Plate/ Brake Light
Aftermarket signals
Speedo - Acewell
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Very nice!!! I need to pick one up myself and put on my bobber. I get really nervous trying to ride with a car and HOPE they are going the speed limit. Ha ha

Thanks for sharing
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