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F3 (1995) speedo/gauge conversion not showing RPM

Old 10-01-2017, 11:08 AM
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Default F3 (1995) speedo/gauge conversion not showing RPM

Spent last few days setting up a Chinese replica of (apparently) an SS182. The SS182 is also a clone of another speedo.

I currently have the lights showing Beam, indicators, neutral light, water temp and also got it to cut out when changing to gear with side stand (the water temp is always lit, I think this is due to the temp sensor not being changed to the 1998 RR yet which I have, if anyone can confirm this that would be great). The only thing I'm struggling with is RPM and the settings menu.

I have looked around and found some useful information such as hooking it directly to the signal generator with a resistor but that was on a different model and not mine the newer one (which I have) should read the signal through the tacho wire from the F3. I found this out from this page (https://cbrforum.com/forum/cbr-600f-...152756/page16/)

Anyway, without going on I have tried what he said and changed the setting from E to C and nothing, no RPM read out.

I'm also struggling to understand what the numbers in the menu are for as the only instructions that came with this speedo is the wire diagram.

Any help is appreciated.
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