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Needs to be water proof. While riding in the rain water can enter it and ruins it.
works ok I guess.
haven't installed mine yet, but the other ones in our group work great
Love it, voltage, temp, clock(no take hand off handlbar n roll sleeve), timer for trips, tells if road may be icey.
I like the features, but it has not seen rain, yet.
Easy to read, easy to install, useable functions, with exception of ice warning..if your on your bike at that temperature...well... :-)
This meter has just what I wonted but when I set it up and had it perfictly like I wonted it till it got dark and to see at night must sit just a certen way got that adjusted and all was good. But it only lasted for one week and the led display went out the lights work fine and look good but look odd up there with no display. I have a gold wing so after taking off all thoes covers and such not happy it was nearly $40 for one week.
The first 5- function meter I purchased... only the backlighting worked, nothing else. JP Cycles replaced it. The second one... The temprature would not register for the first three weeks after installation. I have it zip-tied to a fabric windsheild bag on am Kawasaki KLR 650 duel sport. Suddenly it began working with out error.I havent had it wet yet. RB
Looks great, works great. Does not shut off display when key is off so it does draw about 4 miiliamps and could be a problem if bike is not started in a while. (I also cut off the outside air temp probe as it is not needed except if mounted in a car.) Easy to read even for an old guy.
Easy to install using goop adhesive or the provided adhesive pads. Some installations require gluing this meter to the top of an instrument cluster. Some fairing installations require the forming of two aluminum brackets. I've got 3 of these meters installed on three of my vintage and current bikes. The air temperature feature is helpful and the voltmeter helps tell when the charging system may be overloaded such as the use of electric garments when idling, etc.
I burned up two batteries, two turn signal modules and lots of bulbs before I found out my voltage regulator was putting out 18.9 volts. The bad part about this is that the battery will take the overcharge just long enough for you to get far from home before everything burns out. My '93 Evo does not have a voltage gauge so I was completely stumped until a friend suggested I check the voltage output. I purchased the digital 5 Function volt meter about a month ago. It was easy to install and the information it provides makes life so much better. I know what is going on at a glance. At night the background light is not too bright to be distracting. This is a must on some of the older bikes that don't have a volt meter. It is all plastic. Don't know how it will hold up, but so far so good.
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