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Old 08-10-2008, 07:55 PM   #1
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Gear Indicator-Review

Just put it on the rr friday night, 400miles later....................I love it! Works perfect and dosn't hesitate. Soldering and programming took a while, but other than that the instalation went flawless, Did take a few hours tho.




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Old 08-10-2008, 07:58 PM   #2
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I want one! Where did you get it? And how much? Will you help me put it in?
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sure man. got it from motosport.com
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Old 08-10-2008, 08:03 PM   #4
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That is one thing i love about the aprilia, they have all that build in, lap timer, top speed, avr speed ex, not sure about the gear ind i have not payed that much att! ! its nice
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Did you get the plug in play or the universal?

I have been wanting one of these since I started riding..They are kinda pricey though.
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Old 08-10-2008, 11:03 PM   #6
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Take a pic of it. I want to see it. That site shows a small picture.

And you say it doesn't hesitate? That's good. I've heard other gear indicaters have a bit of lag.
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Take a pic of it. I want to see it. That site shows a small picture.

And you say it doesn't hesitate? That's good. I've heard other gear indicaters have a bit of lag.
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Cool, I want one.

Hmmm... kneedraggers.com has it for $10.00 less.
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why do you need one?
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why do you need one?
Cause 7th gear search blows.
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I just count to five and I'm there. It's actually pretty easy.
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why do you need one?
So I know what gear im in when I LAP you

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I just count to five and I'm there. It's actually pretty easy.
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I have a hard time riding without one now... Gear Indicators kick azz
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I wanted this but I have a cable speedo. Where can I get the version that has for cable speedo? Thx.
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I wanted this but I have a cable speedo. Where can I get the version that has for cable speedo? Thx.
They make one but you have to basically install a digital speedo cable/sensor if i remember correctly. Its an adapter kit that connect down by your sensor somehow. Check Digi's website.
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I can sell you a pad of paper w a suction cup and a sharper you zip tie to a finger to tally the gears up and down....
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I can sell you a pad of paper w a suction cup and a sharper you zip tie to a finger to tally the gears up and down....
How much???
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gear indicator? heck I leave mine in 5th all day long... what's a down shift??
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