Aftermarket Speedo/ Tach for Naked Wing

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Aftermarket Speedo/ Tach for Naked Wing

Post #1 by montanabob » Tue Dec 26, 2017 7:24 pm

I'm at that point with my naked GL1200 project that I need to find a speedo & tach. Lots of aftermarket stuff on ebay and Amazon, including some pretty cool looking digital units that include fuel level and engine temp too! Amazing what they're doing in China... :-? Has anyone got personal experience with an aftermarket set-up?


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Re: Aftermarket Speedo/ Tach for Naked Wing

Post #2 by Easter » Wed Dec 27, 2017 10:06 pm

See the last page of my thread "All it needs is a battery----" for a photo of a GPS speedo, not cheap but high quality. New to me so I don't have much experience with it yet but like it so far. I have used a couple of the low cost miniature speedos with satisfactory results. My last build has a digital tach/fuel gauge combo but so far I have not been able to get the fuel gauge to work. Non-existent instructions. It looks good though.
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Re: Aftermarket Speedo/ Tach for Naked Wing

Post #3 by codyjames707 » Mon Jan 08, 2018 3:10 pm

I've been looking at new speedometers and tachometers to replace the bulky stock ones and was confused when it came to the ratios. Seeing a bunch of different answers with a lot of uncertainty, I finally found a solid website with clear information. So just incase anyone was ever wondering and needed answers like I did 3 hrs ago, here ya go!

Speedometer: 60mph : 2240rpm
Tachometer: 4:1

The website is:

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