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The speedometer my 2001 triumph 600tt quit working properly. The speedo constantly bounces back and fourth between 5 and 12 mph, and the odometer is not reading properly as well. the problem started while i was riding down the road at excessive speeds.

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Street bikes arent made for racing so a fast bump probly nocked it silly-kinda like what happens when udrop a pc--call a dealer tech and ask -cud need a new one or reprogrammin-but if to much $ u can ride without

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