06 WR 450 speedo


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  • launchzone

Posted January 29, 2006 - 10:35 AM

#1

has anyone mounted an 06 digital speedo to an older model WR? Is there an electrical connector to the harness? Do you have to have a battery?

  • twenty34

Posted January 29, 2006 - 11:05 AM

#2

I have an 06, so I don't need to, but as an FYI, this digital speedo is $314 and another $117 for the sensor speed which mounts on the front wheel. Here's all the stock parts for it and the cost. Yes, a battery is required to illuminate the display, save information in memory, etc so add this to the cost as well. I'm sure there's quite a few other electrically items needed in addition to the battery as well. I'm also not so sure the electrically harness will work properly.

1 SPEEDOMETER ASSY
5TJ-83500-B0-00 1 $314.55

2 GROMMET
90480-14012-00 2 $5.98


3 WASHER,PLATE
90201-057H5-00 2 $1.21


4 NUT, FLANGE (3GM)
95707-05500-00 2 $0.77


5 DAMPER
5TJ-83523-C0-00 2 $0.40


6 BRACKET, METER
5TJ-83519-C0-00 1 $32.12


7 BOLT,FLANGE (4MY)
95027-06012-00 2 $0.45


8 SENSOR, SPEED
5TJ-83755-C0-00 1 $117.92


9 OIL SEAL,SDD-TYPE
93105-47007-00 1 $6.35


10 PLATE 2
5TJ-8375F-C0-00 2 $3.08


11 SCREW, TAPPING
97702-40010-00 2 $0.04


12 PLATE 1
5TJ-8375E-C0-00 1 $2.02


13 BOLT, BUTTON HEAD
92012-05008-00 2 $0.26


14 CLAMP
90462-16001-00 1 $4.71


15 BOLT, FLANGE
95022-06010-00 1 $0.13





has anyone mounted an 06 digital speedo to an older model WR? Is there an electrical connector to the harness? Do you have to have a battery?



  • NavyNuke

Posted December 23, 2006 - 11:39 PM

#3

8 SENSOR, SPEED
5TJ-83755-C0-00 1 $117.92

anyone able to get these, mine got damaged, and they are backordered till ????

  • windaddiction

Posted December 24, 2006 - 10:21 AM

#4

get any after market one.... a dirt bike or if you are strapped for cash for 20 bucks you can get on for a bycycle..... you just have to fab up a braket to bring the sensor closer to the spokes.... other than GPs is your friend :thumbsup:

  • MountainMax

Posted December 31, 2006 - 02:38 PM

#5

WoW, i just sold my speedo and drive for 75 bux, guess someone got a deal. Where did you find those part numbers? i tried to look up the stock speedo drive in yamaha-motor.com parts finder but couldn't locate them ??? I need to order a seal under the speedo drive as i forgot to remove mine when i sold it...

  • Fullbore4

Posted December 31, 2006 - 06:23 PM

#6

WoW, i just sold my speedo and drive for 75 bux, guess someone got a deal. Where did you find those part numbers? i tried to look up the stock speedo drive in yamaha-motor.com parts finder but couldn't locate them ??? I need to order a seal under the speedo drive as i forgot to remove mine when i sold it...


on the yamaha web site, look in the "meter" diagram.

  • MountainMax

Posted December 31, 2006 - 09:13 PM

#7

Thanks, Yeah, i found it, I was looking in the wrong places......... I will order one

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  • Prvo

Posted June 20, 2007 - 01:34 AM

#8

Is there any of the after market speedos you can change what size of tire you have on (17" or 21)?

  • MountainMax

Posted June 20, 2007 - 02:26 AM

#9

Yes, the Trailtech computers you can work out a formula to allow the speedo to be correct depending on tire size. almost continually variable......

  • el cubano

Posted November 03, 2007 - 07:50 AM

#10

he guys i need the manual for the ariginal speedo for my wr 06
i was plaing with mine and now i cant get it rihgt

  • el cubano

Posted November 03, 2007 - 08:00 AM

#11

he guys i need the manual for the ariginal speedo for my wr 06
i was plaing with mine and now i cant get it rihgt

  • el cubano

Posted November 04, 2007 - 09:15 PM

#12

i need to know if somebody has order a 3.3 gas tank ACERBIS without having to install yz radiators shrouds i need the part #

  • big25country

Posted June 14, 2008 - 07:32 AM

#13

Yes I know this post is 6 months old plus, but I'm bumping it to see if there is any new info on this. I'm interested on what I'd have to change out on my 04 WR450F to be able to run a stock yamaha speedo. Yes on the first page of this post rickk posted a parts list, but I'm unable to decipher that, need it in more simple terms. I'd like to keep a stock look to my bike is the reason I'd want a yamaha speedo over a vapor.

Would I have to change the rim?, hub? Will a 06 or newer speedo wire up to the 05 and later?

Thanks in advance for all the helpful info.

  • Dube2

Posted June 14, 2008 - 08:41 PM

#14

I purchased an 07 Speedo, Sending unit(at wheel), Mounting Bracket, Fork Guards, for a $150 on ebay shipped to my house. I installed on my 05 and wiring is a snap. One wire is the constant hot, one wire is the switched hot, and the third is the ground. Took about one hour and a little more time to make a custom bracket because the 07 bracket doesn't match the 05 tripple clamp. Wired it up and come to find the this guy never even drove one mile before removing it from his 07. Works perfectly.

The most important thing is the fork where the sending unit is placed, as long as the 04 is the same as the 05? yer good. :busted:

I know, I got lucky. The guy on ebay was selling as separate items and I PM'ed him to ask for a private sale and I offered $150 shipped. Nice guy........:thumbsup:

I just finished installing my Baja Designs Dual Sport Kit minutes ago.

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  • big25country

Posted June 15, 2008 - 07:29 AM

#15

Dube2 thanks a million! That's perfect info!

So at the fork, you justed removed the 05 stuff and replaced it with the 07 stuff, and that got ride of the geardriven parts? Cool! This was the info I was looking for. Now if I can find one.

Thanks again!




 
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