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You will need to describe better what you are talking about ans what you want to do. There is not normally anything that you could call a rev sensor that you could set in any way. Normally anything on a motorcycle that will sense crankshaft or camshaft position or rpm will sense or read it and send information to a computer that will then deal with it as it need to be dealt with for engine operation etc.

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