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It depends on the tachometer. Some tachometers operate off the ignition unit and others get their trigger from the coil. Also, since a Harley fires both plugs at the same time and every time the pistons come to top center. Therefore, the tachometer must be set up for this, just like for a two stroke engine or you'll get a erronous reading. Any tachometer that you buy should have wiring instructions with it.

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