YZ Speedo

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Posted January 04, 2006 - 12:39 PM


Trying to get my 426 road legal. Bought a cycle computer (sold for a motorcycle with bracket & light). but cannot see how its possible to make the spoke sensor & fork pickup work (the gap should be max 5mm) but everything looks wrong. Any ideas or alternatives very much appreciated!

many thanks


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  • TeamEndo

Posted January 04, 2006 - 12:47 PM


I'd take it back if you can and get a trailtech computer which has the magnet
replacing one of the front disc bolts. You might have to modify the caliper slightly w/ a small file to get the pickup to not rub the magnet but i used a dremel as per their instructions and it worked out great. I had to remove a small amount of material, but that was on a CRF. A YZ might be even easier.

  • Butta

Posted January 04, 2006 - 12:49 PM


Solve all your problems and just get a GPS....

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