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    TTO Tach install trouble. NOT WORKING

    I just bought a TTO tach from R&D but they are closed today for tech support. According to the directions and the searching I have done all you should have to do is wrap the wire around the coil wire. My question is WHAT WIRE? I tried them all but I'm not getting ANY reading at all. It just says 0.0Hrs


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    Wrap it around the coil pack. Sometimes you need to put the wire down inside the coil tube.

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    on mine the only wire off the tach is looped around my coil closest to the supercharger (I did under one bolt and over another than twisted wire around itself and than used electrical tape to secure it)

    works flawlessly!

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    Quote Originally Posted by r33pwrd View Post
    on mine the only wire off the tach is looped around my coil closest to the supercharger (I did under one bolt and over another than twisted wire around itself and than used electrical tape to secure it)

    works flawlessly!
    Any pics??

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    Also what setting do you set the TTO to?

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    Loosenbolts to coil lift a little and wrap the F out of it with the wire. Criss cross over under then secure with elec tape in same fashion push bavk into plug hole and snug bolts. Upon first start up it will usually go to correct setting. If it doesnt off/on till its close to stock tach. Remeber to use hose if urgonna be awhile and turn hose off accordingly...

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    You should watch the how to install video. Use small zip tie to secure it to itself after wrapping it and then use Loctite or silicone on the end of the wire to keep water and moisture out to keep it accurate.


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    i wrapped mine around the coil pack and taped it to secure it, grounded the white wire to the coil bolt, and set the revolutions to 720, you will be good to go

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jmfmk3 View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by r33pwrd View Post
    on mine the only wire off the tach is looped around my coil closest to the supercharger (I did under one bolt and over another than twisted wire around itself and than used electrical tape to secure it)

    works flawlessly!
    Any pics??
    I can post one tonight but with tape over it not much to see

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    I fired my ski up and played with the wrapping of the wire until tach was smooth and responsive.

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