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2008 suzuki bandit 650 change speedometer from mph to kph

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SOURCE: how do I change the speedometer from KPH to MPH

For most bikes, you can purchase a new speedometer that shows MPH. Is this bike from Canada? One place that I have found to be a good resource and reasonable prices is bikebandit.com . I like them because they have exploded views of the parts so you end up buying what you need and not extras that you can re-use. As far as how you replace the speedo, you need to be carefully disconnect the wire on the back of the gauge and see what screws are holding in the KPH unit. This varies a lot from bike to bike, but carefully study the gauge and never force it and pry it more than necessary, as this may disrupt the calibration of the unit.
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