I have a slight problem with the speedo on a bike I bought recently. It as the small round 2 button clock but there doesn't seem to be an actual speedo cable running to the front wheel.
Can anyone tell me which parts are missing as I can't see where a cable would plug into on the front wheel.
The speedo only ever reads 0kmh or On.
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Re: 02 EC250 speedo
I have the same speedo but it built into the headlight on my 97 Siz Days 250.
So it is a GasGas part but I do not really know too much about the parts needs to make it work. Although mine was routed to the rear wheel instead of the front so you might want to see if there is a sensor built into your rear hub. You should be able to go with the newer gasgas speedo setup since your on a 02'. Good luck with it.
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I had the same problem with my RX125r, the speedo would jump all over the place and cause the bike to buck and jump. Try looking on the speed sensor cable for any signs of damage. mine had a small tear right next to the fron wheel which allowed for water ingress causeing the speed sensor to read the incorrect value.
I bought a new cable for about 30 pounds and its been fine ever since, still occasionally get the CDI NO CDI error though. Hope this is of some use
ok the clocks shuld be attached to the top yolk by 2 bolts remove these and wires disconected speedo / tacho cables removed it shuld come off the bike there will be a metal framework inside the clocks this frame attaches by those 2 bolts to the top yolk and hold the clocks in position after removeing the clock back covers you should see 2 bolts or pins holding the clock to the frame once removed u have a clock in your hands bear in mind im not farmiliar with that exact bike hope this helped
According to my experience if you bike has a power valve and slows down as soon as you pass 60 then you will need to disconnect it from the speedo..What I mean is inside the speedo if you remove it you will see something like a fuse which needs to be carefully disconnected.I am telling this based on my experience with a dt125r
The Gilera SC is the same as a Derbi GPR ,right?
This is how I change the time on my Derbi
Tap the button until it goes to the clock then hold it in until it starts flashing. Tap to change the hour then leave it for a second and it will move over to the minutes and cycle through, just tap it to stop on the right time.
The batteries are **** though so don't expect it to keep the time, you'll find yourself having to set it nearly every time you start your bike.
Contrary to what the speedometer might say (and GSXR 750 owners), a 2008 GSXR does not have the displacement to reach 180mph. A road test conducted in germany had a rider reach 181mph - or what said 181mph on the speedometer - but was actually clocked on radar going 173mph.
173mph is what a GSXR will reach at around 1200 feet altitude and 65 degrees fahrenheit. Depending on the altitude and temperature, you might have slight fluctuations.
If you want to go 180mph+, just get a GSX1000R