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post #1 of 2 (permalink) Old 04-22-2006, 10:36 AM Thread Starter
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Old Style Clock Dials?

Please excuse my ignorance as I am new to the scene. Just got my 910, love the bike. But I am not that keen on the digital speedo. I prefer the old fashion twin clock dials; speedo and techometer. I find them easier to read. Has anyone any views on this? Is it possible to change the intrumental panel for a pair of twin clock dials? Anyone done it? Great forum with very high standard, keep it up. Thanks.
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They make aftermarket gauge clusters for motorcycles. Acumen makes entire clusters for motorcycles, but I think they only make digital clusters:


I suppose you could get one from a bike you like. Ducati's use clusters that are all analog:

eBay auction for cluster

I suppose you could find out the current and resistance needed to run that cluster and configure it to work....IMO, it's easier to see how fast you're going with a glance. My Hawk had the dual "clocks" and it took a little longer than a glance to see how fast you were going. not much, but still not just a quick look down....

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and the HUGE lower triple clamp. that thing is braced like king-kong at at a bondage party.
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