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    Pet Tach 2500

    Does anyone have instructions on how to setup the pet tach 2500 for the 4stroke?

    or maybe just the instructions?


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    i have the full instructions at my pals pm wakeboardmuppet and ask him to copy them and email them to you he may be able to do it

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    thanks Corky.

    I also got this from a friend... but I don't know how accurate it is.

    OK so I got it all wired up...Was kind of interesting with the coils on the plugs...I ended up having to run the wire down into the actual plug connection to coil area and along the side of the coil on the front cylinder...Couldn't wire all three so it's set up as a single cylinder 4 stroke and if idle rpms are any indicator it appears the MFD tach is about 50-80 rpms low...

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