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Digatal Speedo

Discussion in 'Gen II Busa Information' started by Ham, Apr 10, 2016.


  1. Ham

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    hello i want to add just a digital speedo to my beast and don't know the first place to look.
    Please help, and post pics if you have any
     
  2. fallenarch

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    try bike bandit or motorcycle superstore.
     
  3. Ham

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    Im guess that if i add a aftermarket digital gauges i will lose the check engine light feature
     
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    Use Suzuki gauges from a 1000.
    Repin accordingly, and keep the FI light.
     
  6. Ham

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    If i find a set cheap i may just mess with it. So say the fuel gauge won't work
     
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    I couldn't tell you.
    I have seen a couple Busas with 1k gauges on here.
    I'm sure a fuel guage could be made to work.
    If you do change speedometers, www.Scottsbluegages.com can legally change the odometer to be accurate on the new ones.
     
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    Does it fit in right or need mods to fit it in the dash?
     
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    Not a direct fit
     
  12. Tony Nitrous

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    I use a KOSO dash on one of my bikes. Not a Busa but a similar age 4 cylinder 1400cc fuel injected GSX1400 that came as a wreck with smashed clocks.

    I chose the KOSO as they have a reputation for quality.
    They also came with 3 different rev scales and black or white faces.
    Most stuff like main beam, back light, indicators, revs, oil light was easy.
    I may have got away with the factory speedo drive but I took the easy option of one wire down the brake line to a sensor that counts the disc Burke bobbins. No magnets to glue on like some models.
    Fuel gauge was easy to set up using the bikes original feed.

    No, I don't get the bikes original fault diagnostics. I did wire the KOSO up to a factory plug so plugging in someone's factory clocks is still an option.

    Clocks have a few extras like remembering highest revs, speed and temperature since the trip was reset. An "Over speed" warning for those long tired highway runs. A neat shift and pre-shift drag style light. A trail of orange LED's that follow the rev counter needle on the dial.

    I have oil and water temp senders but haven't wired them in yet.
     
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