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Offline yann old git

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digital gear indicator
on: July 24, 2015, 06:25:13 PM
I know there are 2 camps' (like them, don't like them) I am in the former-last one I fitted was an acumen which also was a voltmeter.
I hard-wired it (easy if u have wiring diag) is the gipro the newest one on the block now? with just a diag connector hook up it looks good to me?
cheers yann

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Re: digital gear indicator
Reply #1 on: July 24, 2015, 08:14:00 PM
Fitted mine a few weeks ago and went on long weekend recently. Mines the gipro and is brilliant.
Treat it as an aide memoir. Stops the false 7ths and good when changing down on approach to obstacles (3rd/4th).
I became far smoother and relaxed, if I changed the bike I'd definitely get another.

Offline Fleng

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Re: digital gear indicator
Reply #2 on: July 26, 2015, 09:32:14 AM
I have a 2015 model, which comes with a gear indicator in the dash.
But I used to ride CBF1000's, and installed the Gipro indicator on those bikes. Easy job to connect on the diagnose plug, that's all (and calibrate one time).
And very usefull as "reasty" says.

Offline jan1195xx

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Re: digital gear indicator
Reply #3 on: July 27, 2015, 07:10:54 AM
I use the geartronic from pz racing on my CR:
http://www.polo-motorrad.de/de/ganganzeige-plug-play-gt310-h1-honda.html

Plug & play and works fine.

Jan

 



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