After much research, trial and error, and the search button i got it working
What you need
1. F4i gauges
2. 95-98 900rr front sprocket cover with speed sensor
4. about 5 feet of wires
5. Quick connect female/ Male connectors (i like quick connects)
6. Alot of time.
7. Speedohealer V4
First cut the ends off your f4i gauge and expose all of the wires and crimp the quick connect to the wires. Its smart to use all males on one end so you don't mess anything up later when connecting the wires.
Strip the wires from the F2 that go to the original speedometer and crimp the quick connect plugs on it.
Here is the wiring diagram that you will need to use for these wires.
F2 colors ==== F4i colors
Yellow / green ==== Yellow/Green
Black/ Brown ==== Green Blue
Orange ==== Orange
Blue ==== Blue
Light Green / Red ==== Light Green / Red
Blue / Red ==== Blue / Red
Yellow/ Black ==== Green / White
Light Blue ==== Light blue
Dont know what this wire does but it needs to be connected.
Black/Brown ==== Black/Brown
Speedometer 900rr Sensor
black wires goes to black/brown,
pink wires to pink/green
green goes to to green/black.
Red/Green goes to battery
Wires that you dont use (from tach)
Brown/Black - fuel reserve sensor -*not used *****************************************
White/Blue - fi indicator - not used.
Also you need to wire in a speedohealer so the speedometer can read the correct speed otherwise it will just read up to about 20mph when your really going about 80-90mph
Im going upload some pictures and a video of it working
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uploading the pic's right now, trying to get the video working. Also, on a side note my speedometer stopped working (well it only goes to 18 since i believe i have shorted out the sensor) never the less it still works. I have ordered a new sensor and waiting for it to come
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