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    Tiny Tach?

    I am looking at a Tiny Tachs for my ski but are these things waterproof? I looked on their site and don't see anything saying they are... I would like a tach for tuning but don't want to pay some of he outrageous prices that some of them cost! any suggestions?


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    The Tiny-Tach is o.k. if you don't have tach at all.
    The commercial version updates faster than the original one.

    The Pet-2100 is the best Tach to use for tuning & it updates faster.

    I know the PET is 4 times the price of the Tiny, but it is priceless when considering how much information it provides you when trying to diagnose and/or tune your engine.


    Tiny Tach
    http://www.tinytach.com/tinytach/index.php

    Pet-2100
    http://www.4-tecperformance.com/inde...roducts_id=308

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    I saw that the Commercial Tiny Tach updates every half second... not too bad... its less than 1/4 the cost of the PET tach too... but is it waterproof?

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    I've used Tiny-Tach for years....they seemed to hold up fine for me. I just bought a Tiny-Tach for my wife's GTI last week.


    I have a PET on my GPR and love it.


    Once nice thing about the Pet-2100....it is a 1 wire hookup !!!

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    Tach

    Someone explained this to me before,we as a group of individuals spend alot of money on our performance parts but we tend to short cut on vital parts like tachs.In my opinion i've owned the tiny for two years and it did fine for what i wanted it for,but why not buy the best first.

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    Someone explained this to me before,we as a group of individuals spend alot of money on our performance parts but we tend to short cut on vital parts like tachs.In my opinion i've owned the tiny for two years and it did fine for what i wanted it for,but why not buy the best first.
    I agree..... well said



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    Quote Originally Posted by Yellow93
    I saw that the Commercial Tiny Tach updates every half second... not too bad... its less than 1/4 the cost of the PET tach too... but is it waterproof?
    I have the TT commercial. I love it! It is potted but you will still want to put a little clear fingernail polish around the edges of the diplay just to make sure!

    It's a good little unit!

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    Here is the How-To on the 2100DX

    http://www.greenhulk.net/yamaha/viewtopic.php?t=796

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