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CBR 600 F3 Aftermarket Tacho Problems

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Old 07-06-2018, 12:48 PM
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Hello, i have an 1995 Cbr 600 f3 and i'm trying to connect an aftermarket tacho and i'm having the biggest trouble getting the rpm feed to the tacho.
This is the tacho:



Can you guys help me on this? I have read a lot of topics but there is no specific cable or answer to this problem.

And one more thing can we get the speed sensor from the original harness? or do i really have to use the magnet stuff?
 
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Old 08-30-2018, 06:10 AM
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Originally Posted by benidino View Post
Hello, i have an 1995 Cbr 600 f3 and i'm trying to connect an aftermarket tacho and i'm having the biggest trouble getting the rpm feed to the tacho.
This is the tacho:



Can you guys help me on this? I have read a lot of topics but there is no specific cable or answer to this problem.

And one more thing can we get the speed sensor from the original harness? or do i really have to use the magnet stuff?
I realize this is about a month old, just wondering if you figured it out? I just put a ss182 on my 98 f3 and my tach works fine.

Did you end up using the sensor and magnets or the stock sensor
 
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