Fix your way-off Speedometer

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  1. pashnit

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    Both my Hayabusa's , the speedometer was way off.

    Even when I got the '08 and it was less than 1000 miles, that was way off.

    Easily fixed with a Speedohealer. Just plug in, program and done. Works on both Gen Hayabusa's, plus the control box is universal, so it could be used on any motorcycle, just need a new wire kit when you buy the next bike.

    Pony up & we'll get one out to you:
    http://www.pashnitmoto.com/speedohealer-correction-p/speedohealer.htm

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  2. AV8R_Murf

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    Does it affect the odometer as well or just the speed?
     
  3. fallenarch

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    Both I think. It would be cool if someone put a GPS module in one of those so it could automatically adjust the speedo. Or maybe do a phone app and use the phone GPS for speed. Just pullout the phone and hit adjust and you are accurate. I would pay $250 for that!
     
  4. TNTom

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    So is this all that's needed for a GEN2: SH-S01 $109.99 + ~$6.60 shipping? or is there a wiring kit?
     
  5. pashnit

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    Complete kit Tom. Includes box & wire.
     
  6. fallenarch

    fallenarch I made fun of the panties, now I have them :( Registered

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    Plug N play. Very easy to do.
     
  7. icemansid

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    I finally got one of these and i must say SUPER easy to use and the pictures are deceiving.... This thing is wicked small! I swapped out my face plates form 180 to 220 mph. It fixed the speedo but its going to mess up the odo.... oh well - its my shop bike that i paid 2k for..
     
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  9. BadNasty08

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    Is this the correct part# for a 2008 (Gen2) the website is unclear?
     
  10. pashnit

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    Yes Bad, it's a complete kit. Wire & box. Suz-I model is rather universal & fits majority of Suzuki bikes including all years Hayabusa.
     
  11. BadNasty08

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    Cool, I'm considering a 17 tooth front sprocket also. Thanks.
     
  12. BadNasty08

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    I change my mind, I'm going to trade the Busa for a new Yamaha Vmax !!
     
  13. jch364

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    I have the old pin version and Im techtarded and it was really easy. I just did it by tire size and sprocket. mine is dead on... so to speak up to 100mph according to my gps speedo on my phone.
     
  14. BadNasty08

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    Only kidding about the Yamaha, I cant give up my Busa. What is the engine rpm increase with the 17 tooth sprocket? I noticed that at 100 mph my stock rpm's are right at 5,500.
     
  15. piratediverjefff

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    Probably another 500 rpms(or close to it),and without a SpeedoHealer your 100 mph indicated right now is in actuality probably 92-93 mph.
     
  16. BadNasty08

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    I believe it. If I go 85 on the interstate everyone passes me.
     
  17. BadNasty08

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    Order Placed.
     
  18. c10

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    Most current model bikes use a speed sensor pick up located on the transmission output shaft area . Many times fitting a 1 tooth larger front sprocket will
    make the speedo match GPS within 1 mph . Not everyone's cup of tea but it is much cheaper than a speedo healer . Improves hwy mpg's if thats your thing ,
     

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