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Old 04-26-2007, 08:36 AM   #1
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I got my speedo healer in yesterday a took 10 minutes to put in. Got it programmed right on the second try and sha-zam! Correct speedo. For you guys that have done gearing changes I highly recommend this product for you. Easy to install and easy to set up.
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Yep, keep them in stock, some are a little harder than others to install but I highly recommend them to anyone that does a sprocket change.
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I got my speedo healer in yesterday a took 10 minutes to put in. Got it programmed right on the second try and sha-zam! Correct speedo. For you guys that have done gearing changes I highly recommend this product for you. Easy to install and easy to set up.
Get ready for your gas meilage to go to on the RC! :laughing6

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Get ready for your gas meilage to go to on the RC! :laughing6

J/K. Welcome to the "light comes on at 100 miles club"...
Already there! She is a thirsty piggy.
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I had one put on my bike when i did my front sprocket.

It was crazy how far off the speedo was before i had the healer installed.

I had Patrick install it on my bike up at Motorcycles Unlimited.
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Old 04-26-2007, 11:41 AM   #6
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mine was 14 off at 65.
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mine was 19% off overall after the front sprocket i believe is what he told me.

He said it was probably 9% or so off from the factory.
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yeah, it helps to know what your true speed is when the popos tailin ya, lookin for an excuse to pull you over
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I agree - the SH works!

Corrected my oem mis-calibration (5.5% off) as well as my gearing changes. Now my speedometer is spot on at every speed - GPS verified. Total correction for my bike was -10.8% to get the speedo correct.

Just remember that correcting the standartd oem mis-calibration will make your odo off by the amount of the correction. Typically a single sensor feeds both the speedo and the odo and the odo is typically the accurate one. So for example, if I want to check my mileage, I would need to factor back in an addition 5.5% miles before doing the mpg math. :icon_smil

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I thought they both ticked together. Are you sure the speedohealer doesnt fix both at the same time?
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I thought they both ticked together. Are you sure the speedohealer doesnt fix both at the same time?

the odo and speedo are calibrated differently. the factory purposely overrates the speedo to, in theory, slow people down, and let the posers think they're faster than what they are.

i love my speedohealer, but i just wish it came with a longer harness....i couldn't even get it to reach my underseat storage. :(
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Oh i see so from the factory, the odometer always ticks exactly right but the speedo is off a little.
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In my experience the odometer isn't real accurate either.
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During the set up it gave me the option of accurate speedo or accurate odo or compromise between the 2. I went for the compromise.
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How much is a speedo correcto thing-a-ma-gig-e?
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Thats cool man. I just know it made a big difference on my bike.
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Wow - that's not bad at all....I spend more than that on tickets every two years or so...Thanx for the price check....
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Speedo Healer!!! I dont need no stinking Speedo healer... I never get it out of 3rd gear anyway... :laughing6 :laughing6
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Speedo Healer!!! I dont need no stinking Speedo healer... I never get it out of 3rd gear anyway... :laughing6 :laughing6
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