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I finally got some gauge mounts

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  • I finally got some gauge mounts

    "MLM trail tech bar mount bracket for temp + tach sensors" they're about $12 each. https://www.treatland.tv/ProductDeta...acket&CartID=12.jpg Much better than the zip ties I was using. Yes the plugs are kind of hanging around but whatever for now. 1.jpg

  • #2
    Looks great

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    • #3
      You could always try drilling holes in the bars and pole and run them through down the road.

      I had a TT Vapor mounted on mine. Loads of wires, but it was sweet having speedo, tach, head temp, ect.

      I never hid them like I suggested, just taped them to whatever cable was going in that direction, be it throttle or brake(s).

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      • #4
        Any pic of that sick set up

        QUOTE=blt113;n331474]You could always try drilling holes in the bars and pole and run them through down the road.

        I had a TT Vapor mounted on mine. Loads of wires, but it was sweet having speedo, tach, head temp, ect.

        I never hid them like I suggested, just taped them to whatever cable was going in that direction, be it throttle or brake(s).[/QUOTE]

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        • #5
          I did a quick search and didn't find any decent pics that were posted on the forum. Luckily I have my laptop here at work. I'll see if I can dig one out from my archives.

          There is this post for some info..

          https://www.billetboard.com/forum/sc...section/15350-

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          • #6
            Here are the only 2 I can find with that set up....
            Attached Files

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            • #7
              Sick ped and very nice set up u got. U still got this ped

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              • #8
                Thanks, I sold it a few years ago.

                In the process of building another though

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                • #9
                  Man what a clean install.

                  Last night I crashed so I had to bend mine back I'll be back at it soon enough, just a bit of road rash.

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                  • #10
                    How did you extend the wire for the tachometer?
                    Instagram: @base_cat

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                    • #11
                      Originally posted by Basement Cat View Post
                      How did you extend the wire for the tachometer?
                      Me or OP?

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                      • #12
                        Honestly, either.
                        Instagram: @base_cat

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                        • #13
                          Haha. I believe the one that came in the kit for the Vapor was long enough to add a spade connector and clip onto the coil....at least that's what I wrote in my write up in the how to section a couple years ago.

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                          • #14
                            It seems like they just used regular wire, so get some wire that's similar thickness, then add it in with some solder and heat shrink. I was skeptical at first but it works great.

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                            • #15
                              I think I may have done the same thing....I could have been for the tach wire, which I connected to the coil and did not wrap around the spark plug wire.

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