2006 WR Speedo on a 2005 WR


30 replies to this topic
  • ARin

Posted December 26, 2005 - 07:37 PM

#21

id like the RPM guage if only to set my idle.

  • tmckeown

Posted December 27, 2005 - 12:08 AM

#22

Hey Timo Mc

Trailtech sounds like the way to go. Do you have a pic of it fitted?
PM me please. :applause:


Hi,

Yes I do but in my winter installation =)

http://www.thumperta...35&parentpage=2

Timo Mc

  • tmckeown

Posted December 27, 2005 - 12:10 AM

#23

id like the RPM guage if only to set my idle.


Hi,

I have an enginehour counter under my seat whch shows hours when engine is off and rpm's when it is running. I use that to set up my idle if needed :applause:

Timo Mc

  • eductor

Posted December 30, 2005 - 12:12 PM

#24

Hi,

I have an enginehour counter under my seat whch shows hours when engine is off and rpm's when it is running. I use that to set up my idle if needed :applause:

Timo Mc


--------------------- I am interested !!!!!!
--------------------- What type is it ?
--------------------- How did you connect it ?
--------------------- Where did you buy it ?

  • tmckeown

Posted December 30, 2005 - 12:35 PM

#25

Hi,

Here you have:

http://www.yamaha-mo...7/0/detail.aspx

You just wrap around wire on coil.

Timo Mc

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  • bomax

Posted December 30, 2005 - 04:02 PM

#26

i swapped my 06 one out for the trail tech.mounst great to the stock 06 setup.

http://www.bcsportbi...2motard_114.jpg

http://www.bcsportbi...2motard_140.jpg

my only complaint is the wires from the computer itself to connectors is really fine so watch the routing of them.


Hey Timo Mc

Trailtech sounds like the way to go. Do you have a pic of it fitted?
PM me please. :applause:



  • tmckeown

Posted January 03, 2006 - 11:04 AM

#27

This how it looks on my bike:

http://www.bikepics....ictures/494455/

Timo Mc

  • eductor

Posted January 05, 2006 - 02:13 PM

#28

This how it looks on my bike:

http://www.bikepics....ictures/494455/

Timo Mc

I would like to see a picture on how you wraped the wire around the coil.
please..
If no picture is available then tell me, did you wrap it above or under the coils rubber seal ?
If under how did you route the wire through the rubber ?

Thanks !

  • RichBaker

Posted January 08, 2006 - 02:07 PM

#29

I pushed an awl thru the rubber seal and wrapped the wire around the lower portion that goes over the plug...it works great! I bought the Yamaha hour meter/tach.

  • tmckeown

Posted January 08, 2006 - 10:59 PM

#30

I would like to see a picture on how you wraped the wire around the coil.
please..
If no picture is available then tell me, did you wrap it above or under the coils rubber seal ?
If under how did you route the wire through the rubber ?

Thanks !


Hi,

Above and just some elecrical tape to secure it on its place

Timo Mc

  • Punisher660

Posted January 09, 2006 - 10:08 AM

#31

I have the Trailtech Endurance on my YFZ, and it works well and looks great. There is one drawback to it though, when the sensor gets wet either after a wash or riding through a puddle, the water distorts the magnetic field that the sensor is reading and gives inaccurate readings. Its either that or I really had the YFZ upto 197 MPH :cry:

The tech support is absolutely first rate and that alone is a reason to buy from them - even if they are not as highly regarded as ICO or Watchdog, I will definitely buy from them again. I originally purchased the Trailtech with my Raptor - sold the Craptor for the YFZ - needed a mounting bracket for the YFZ (usually included when you specify model at time of purchase) Called trailtech support, they had it for me in 3 days at no cost. They did the same thing when I lost the magnetic bolt as well. :applause:

The feature I like on the new Lynx is a constant backlight.....its a pain to find it at night on the Endurance Computer when your flying down the trail :bonk:




 
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