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post #1 of 10 Old 04-28-2010, 09:32 AM Thread Starter
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Small RPM Gauge, or very small Digital read-out?

I looked around for a small RPM gauge, and would even like to have a very small digital RPM display if possible ....I can't find much of anything.


Anyone have some suggestions for me?
...what RPM gauge do you have?


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Trail Tech now makes a small unit called the TTO that displays rpm and hour that has a 0.5 second delay on it. This is much better than the tiny tachs delay. I was very interested in it but what turned me away was the fact that it does not have a backlight. I really like the vapor but it is bigger than the TTO. Here is the link

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I have an ACEWELL 3200 tach/temp digital gauge, but its not little. I believe what you are looking for is the Daytona Digital Tach that has been around for a while DAYTONA DIGITAL TACHOMETER I never had one of those, but I was thinking it is kinda small and may be hard to read when you are running down the road at a fast clip. That is why I chose the bigger Acewell 3200 (easier to read).

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I find the digital tachs are hard to read while riding.




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I have had good luck with this one. Its compact but the number display is large.
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gotta agree with Camo

prefer the sweep





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That TTO isnt too bad, (I like the price) but I prefer something back-lit too. Also the .5 second delay kinda sucks (The tiny tach says it has a .5 sec delay too). And yeah the vapor is too big

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That Daytona Dig Tach is pretty cool! The price hurts a little for such a small thing (best I can find is $124 shipped), but I'll take it if I have too

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I sure DO like those full sweep gauges!
If I can find a way to mount a 2" cleanly, I'll do it.



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The Daytona Dig Tach is nice. Going threw the woods is little difficult to read some times. But on straight shots it is very easy to read.

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A couple pics. First is my old setup with the Daytona tach. Second is my current setup with a sweep tach. The sweep is a LOT easier to read. Daytona is a little harder to read quickly, but it is cheaper and easier to mount. There are some 2" sweep tachs that you can make work.
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I find the digital tachs are hard to read while riding.



what a/f ratio gauge is that?

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