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YAMAKAZE

Hour Meter

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Sorry, couldn't find the post from last week and I promised a couple of folks pics of my installation....Here they are...

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Here You Go :)

Bonzai :D

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Ok, I gotta know....what does it cost and how easy is it to install? I'm sure it will stand up to the abuse I would put it through if you haven't had any probs with it.

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Trick install. Like the coiled wire slack on the plug wire and the juxaposed cable ties on the hour meter. I'm inspired, waffled on installing an hour meter, but now I know it can function and look trick too !

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Kaze, Too cool! Looks great...

who

what

when

where

why......

I havn't been paying attention to other posts on this little meter......Could you fill me in?

Bonzai :)

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Dan,

Go to www.sendec.com/meters for the on line shop for the manufacturer. You hace a choice of several meters. I got the basic hour meter that uses inductive pick up and can be mounted with screws, two-sided tape or zip-ties. They have resetable timers and combination tachometers / timers available. the costs were from approximately $29.95 up to about $90.00 depending on how many features you want. I was amazed at how many of the GNC teams had these on the DTX and shorttracker bikes at the Tunica ST National. I mounted mine in the fork tube between the triple clamps with zip-ties. No problems to date.

You can also get them from Dr.D , Yamaha GYT-R and Sears.

Bill

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They look real nice.Ego has one and fabbed alittle bracket to mount his.Looks good and helps him keep track of the minutes ooopppss :D i mean hours on his bike.I would also imagine it would be better than the vibra tach the rangers use for sound tests.

The TT store also sells them. :)

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I mounted mine on the other side with velcro/adhesive. If you have a 450 you have to wrap the pickup around the coil not the wire !! I thought I was a real loser when I couldn't get mine to work. The directions were wrong, but DR. D set me straight.

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Nice Job on the mounting Yamakaze! Looks very professional and safe from possible impact. Thanks for posting the pic. :)

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