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Hi i have a new yamaha tt 250cc. It has a cable that goes nowhere? It looks like a tacho cable ..but no tacho is fitted where do i plug it into?

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The TT model had a odometer for measuring distance....and that had a speedmeter cable connected at one end to the odometer in the meter panel, and the other end is attached to the right side of the front wheel hub.

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