220mph speedometer

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  1. tasho3

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    Hello guys, I m looking for speedometer for my 2009 Hayabusa that goes all way up to 220mph and also tells you in kph because the bike is in Europe, any shop that sells them?
     
  2. DetroitBusa

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    I believe some people has some custom made, and corrected with a speedo healer.
     
  3. DEMMYM

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    Only the 1999 & 2000 came out with 220 gauges.

    Not sre if you can swap just face plates and fix it with a speedo healer.
     
  4. tasho3

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    thats what i was thinking but i thought mayb there was some aftermarket out there that u can just swap out the entire cluster
     
  5. DEMMYM

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    I havent seen one, But I would think there would be a market for it.


    Everyone loves to see 220 mph gauges.


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    :thumbsup:

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  7. DEMMYM

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    Ohhhhhhhh yeah :thumbsup:
     
  8. Busa1166

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    I ran a search an couldn't find GEN 2 220 's :(
     
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    grrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrr
     
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    guess the good news would be their is open market for the mod make your own, patent and start selling I am sure many Gen 2 people would like it :laugh:
     
  11. BusaWhipped

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    If you replace the faceplate and correct with a spedo-healer, it will throw your odometer reading off.

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  12. Red_07

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    BusaWhipped, I love that cluster. Where do I get one just like that?
     
  13. BUSANAS

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    Those are sick!
     
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    These are from bluegauges.com.
     
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    Ok, so what would be the best way to put a 220 guage on a 2005 Busa?
     
  16. sixpack577

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    Buy a used cluster from a 99 or 00 model. Then contact Scott at blue guages, he can legally change the mileage in those guages to match the mileage of your bike. As well as change the faceplates or led colors if you like.
    The guages will read almost the same as the ones that go to 180. A speedohealer(Pashnit sells them) is never a bad idea either as all the guages have roughly a 7% error anyway.

    www.welcometoblueguages.com

    HealTech Electronics Ltd. - Makers of the SpeedoHealer, GIpro, X-TRE, FI Tuner Pro, OBD Tool
     
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    Any good sites to look at to get the used clusters?
     
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    I had the gauges refaced and corrected the speedo with a speedo healer. The odometer runs about 12% slow if you do it this way.
     
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    bluegauges.com
     

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