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Just wondering if anybody knows if you can do anything to change speedo from mph to kmh as I need a new speedo but live in Australi which uses km/h.

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I believe you can just push down the button to get your temp/miles display to your mileage and hold it down and it will change over in a few seconds.

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If it's a US spec bike, it will change over, but if it is a euro spec bike, you'll need to get a different speedo. Push the button... if that doesn't change it, you'll need a different speedo. With any luck you can get someone to trade even if they need the KM side. I know there have been a few trades here already.
 
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Thanks for the reply guys. If I can get one cheap enough I will give it a go.

Thanks Paul
 
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Hey Paul,

Check these out: http://www.speedohealer.com/eng/intro.htm

"SpeedoHealer v3.0 - just released!
with 3 functions in 1 unit!

Programmable Calibrator
Calibrate your vehicle's factory speedo and odometer to get 100% accurate readings
Make sprocket conversions road legal by speedo re-calibration (in certain countries)

Converter
Convert miles to kilometers and vice versa on import vehicles
Set your speedo reading according to the local standard during your trip abroad (e.g. to/from the UK)

Advanced Top Speed Memory
Recall your true top speed to your factory speedometer by press of a button"

They have harnesses to plug into the RC as well


Because I'm so nice, I found all the dealers in Australia for you:

http://www.motofx.com.au/listDealers.php

 
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Hey Paul,

How did you get the wrong speedo is it an Australian model..?

Robby...
 
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I have the correct speedo kmh but with HRC wiring harness km travelled are not added to speedo. Too hard to sell a bike which says only travelled 2km as a street bike 4 years old, so thats why trying to get speedo with realistic kms.
 
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