If the speedo doesn't work through a cable then it probably works on a electronic sensor.try and trace the wire from the back of the speedo to the sensor and replace the sensor.will more than likely be around the front wheel area or the gearbox.
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Hi Anthonybruno, after careful deliberation 4 out 5 Suzuki Gods give this one a thumbs up, but just to be on the safe side you should give your local dealers parts/service department a call to confirm. Good luck and have a nice day. 1995 Suzuki Motorcycle Service Repair Workshop Manuals
I just had the same problem 2004 gsxr 750. After massive troubleshooting and time I found out it was the gauge. So I then ebayed a gauge on ebay and bought on for 290 dollars. Speedo now works. I am just off on the actual speed, need to by a speedo healer.
pull the head light out and unscrew the speedo cable, then pull it out of the head light houseing and then disconnect it fom the cylinder head cam cover about center of the cover.had this very same bike, did this exact job, but in my case the cable had just come loose from the speedo head from engine vibration, happened twice, most lilely that is the case with yours as well
I believe the mid 90's speedo cables have a male flat cable end that fits into a female groove in the transmission and at the other end a hexagonal male that fits into the guage...more than likely one of the cable ends is stripped out, but not all the way...for a simple check you should detach the cable and check both ends...for an easy fix a new cable should run about $18-$24
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