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    Question Places to install PET-2500 tach on gp1300r???

    Any pictures of places to install this tach instead of on dash? Thanks Bruce


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    you could make a custom mount, or get one of those custom carbon fiber lids that jlewis makes! they are pretty cool looking!and in the forum store. I`m pretty sure I saw a pic here of one with the rectangle PET tach in it... you`d have to ask if jlewis will do one for the round tach...maybe...
    http://www.4-tecperformance.com/inde...oducts_id=1764

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    I currently have the stock bars and hand controls but am looking to swap them out. Thanks for the pictures Andy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 1200 stx-r View Post
    I currently have the stock bars and hand controls but am looking to swap them out. Thanks for the pictures Andy.
    def check out that link to the forum store, That piece looks cool! You need to ask jlewis or Jerry if they do one for the PET...
    your welcome!

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    This is on my FZS but shows how I used the supplied bracket to mount mine.





    I do need to figure out how to keep the 2500 located better on the supplied bracket. Good thing I tethered the tach to the base with a zip tip.

    I like the tach being in my view at speed.

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    I believe if your referring to the round one pictured above the guys used to bolt them to the glove box, if you have the square one double side tape it to the top right corner of the display.

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    I have a comm tiny tach now installed and I used Velcro. I placed it top right corner of dash. I just purchased a round PET tach for more accurate readings . Was looking to try to install in right side hull cover panel where the plug is opposite the oil fill. It does have a memory so I don't really need it to be right in front of my face. I think.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 1200 stx-r View Post
    I have a comm tiny tach now installed and I used Velcro. I placed it top right corner of dash. I just purchased a round PET tach for more accurate readings . Was looking to try to install in right side hull cover panel where the plug is opposite the oil fill. It does have a memory so I don't really need it to be right in front of my face. I think.
    I thought the same thing to but moved it so I can watch the rpms...
    realized the tach was round, you`ll have to get creative...

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    Here is mine

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