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Old 04-26-2007, 07:37 PM   #21
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Speedo healers go on all my bikes. The one for the RC-51 is pretty easy to install. The ones I have installed on Suzuki's and Kawasaki's have been fairly easy as well.
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Old 04-26-2007, 07:46 PM   #22
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I was told it was kind of a pain in the to install one on my 636 so i had Motorcycles Unlimited do it for me.
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Old 04-26-2007, 07:51 PM   #23
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i installed one myself, easy install. with stock gearing i was 7.9% off on my ODO.
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Old 04-26-2007, 09:11 PM   #24
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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.
Good stuff.
Also great to have - this way you know your 600 really isn't going 186 MPH. LOL!
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Also great to have - this way you know your 600 really isn't going 186 MPH. LOL!
That might not be a bad thing for some. Let them think they are going fast but really going slow.
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They also have a "Top Speed Memory" function. It will record your top speed from an outing or run - you can clear it prior to going for a ride, then come in and it will display on your speedo your maximum speed obtained since you cleared it. Really neat - such as if you want to know what kind of speed you are hitting on the front straight at TWS (Texas World Speedway)!
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On the speedo healer???
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hey ive had the light come on at 90 miles before, i was like what the gay it only got 26 miles to the gallon and i was . i almost got rid of it cause its a thirsty piggy. but it wheelies way to good
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hey ive had the light come on at 90 miles before, i was like what the gay it only got 26 miles to the gallon and i was . i almost got rid of it cause its a thirsty piggy. but it wheelies way to good

If I shift under 4000 the mpg will stay up. But I almost did the same thing. I thought WTF! 28mpg! gas hog!:BangHead:
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