tacho advice wanted

Discussion in 'Australian Motorcycles' started by Diogenes, Jul 24, 2011.

  1. Diogenes

    CrazyCam Guest

    Am I having an attack of oldtimer's disease?

    Yesterday, I was parked at Pie in the Sky, next to a Hyosung 650 Aqulia,
    and it had a superb looking, built in Rev. counter, matching the big speedo.

    Did Gerry get something else, or have "they" changed the dashboard on
    those bikes?

    CrazyCam, Jul 29, 2011
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  2. Diogenes

    Nev.. Guest

    Did Gerry specifically request the rev counter be removed from his bike
    during pre-delivery because it was too hoon-like?

    Nev.., Jul 29, 2011
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  3. Diogenes

    Peter Guest


    Pref Australian made
    Goes to 9000 rpm
    Suits bike.

    There is an iphone app!
    Peter, Jul 29, 2011
  4. Diogenes

    CrazyCam Guest

    Yes, I did. I was looking at an older model.

    Current model has a funny looking display.

    How about, if the owner's manual has the data, you build a spreadsheet
    giving revs in each gear and speed.

    It won't be very accurate with the standard speedo, but, if you want
    more accurate, just add a pushie trip computer.

    This will give you a fair idea of how hard it's revving for a given speed.

    BTW, the old model I saw, the figures on the rev. counter only went red
    at 11,000! Some cruiser. :)

    The iphone app mentioned by Peter, I assume that needs a blue tooth
    plugin to the OBDII connector to work.

    CrazyCam, Jul 30, 2011
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    Moike Guest

    The one I saw analyses the sound via the microphone and works out the
    revs. I gather you tell it how many cylinders etc...

    Moike, Jul 30, 2011
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