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post #31 of 167 Old 12-16-2012, 07:58 PM
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I'm still unsure as to how this works ha ha?

So my bike is an 03 B1H what do I need for this kit to work?

1) Your little device
2) New gauge cluster? if so my miles will read wrong!

Can you shed a bit more light on exactly what we need to make this work as I'm sure there are a lot more people thinking the same as me.
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post #34 of 167 Old 12-17-2012, 06:06 AM
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I have this fitted to my B1H and you need the adaptor and a suitable gauge (I used PF7).

Its then plug and play (although you will need to make some alteration to the meter bracket to mount the new gauge)

The mileage will be wrong - I looked at getting this corrected but the cost was around £100 so I just made a note in the service book of the change. No probs at MOT time
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I have this fitted to my B1H and you need the adaptor and a suitable gauge (I used PF7).

Its then plug and play (although you will need to make some alteration to the meter bracket to mount the new gauge)

The mileage will be wrong - I looked at getting this corrected but the cost was around £100 so I just made a note in the service book of the change. No probs at MOT time
Cheers mate, I think I'll steer clear of this one then don't see the point in all the hassle to be fair, the standard gauge is ok anyway nothing a different coloured bulb can't sort out to make it look different

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The mods needed to fit the new speedo are minor and take less then 10 minutes with a dremel. The biggest advantage of the new speedo is the tach which is much easier to read in sunlight, and the way the new speedo handles the clock/ multifunction. It's nice to be able to see the clock and your trip odo at the same time. The concern about the mileage is valid, I got lucky a found a cluster that was within 700~ of my original but that's not always gonna be the case. But I don't plan on selling mine, at this point the money I've put into it would be a waste at what I could sell it for. If/when I get a new bike, the 03 will become a track bike
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OK those with a B1H that have done this, "lets see them"

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OK those with a B1H that have done this, "lets see them"


I don't have any pics of the modifications to the bracket, but there are pics in the kawiforums thread linked in the first post. You'll just have to dig through 27 pages lol it's somewhere in the middle.
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Anyone tried this on a j model?
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I think it would be plug and play but you would need to drill/ tap a hole for the temp sensor.

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Im working on the J model solution, but im having trouble getting some of the parts (ie. speedo)
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I've seen a j1 to 03-06 clock conversion with a good description of how to change the wires in the j1 plug to match the 03-06 clocks, so if you swap the wires in the plug and use this mod extr400 is selling it should work out ok

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http://www.kawiforums.com/how-tos-fa...del-600-a.html

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