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  1. 9 reviews

    Speed, temp, distance, tach and clock Speedometer functions: current, average, maximum; selectable MPH/KPH Temperature functions: ambient temp, engine temp with LED alerts, dual programmable temp lights, exact model fit temp sensors; selectable F/C scale Distance functions: adjustable distance, permanent odometer; selectable mile/kilometer Tachometer functions: real-time rpm bar graph, numeric rpm readout, dual programmable shift lights; up to 20,000 rpm Clock functions: hour meter, stop watch, ride time; selectable 12/24 hour display Includes universal power connector for all machines and accepts AC and DC power Waterproof design with high-intensity LCD white backlight display
  2. 6 reviews

    Vapor plastic dashboard with indicator lights (neutral, turnsignals, temp) - not available for Endurance Universal Plastic Dash (includes flat surface mount option with attachment bolts)
  3. 2 reviews

    DESCRIPTION The Trail Tech Vapour is enough to replace an entire instrument cluster on your dashboard. Speed, time, distance and tach - Vapour has it covered. The Vapour is works for as a motorcycle speedometer, side by side utility vehicle, or ATV speedometer (pretty much any machine with a wheel.) Vapour's large digital tachometer bar graph is easy to read. The digital gauge also features time keeping, engine temperature, resettable distance, and odometer. Tachometer shift lights and temperature lights are great to warn about potential mechanical problems while there is still time to react. The built in stop watch and hour metre is perfect for race training. The adjustable distance setting can be used on those tough Enduro courses. If indicator lights are required for dual-sport and supermoto road ready bikes, a stylish indicator dashboard accessory is available. Custom designed for an exact fit with all parts included to complete installation Speedometer (current speed, maximum speed); Tachometer (real-time RPM bar graph, numeric RPM readout, dual programmable shift lights, up to 20,000 RPM) Temperature (ambient temperature, engine temperature, dual programmable temp lights); Distance (adjustable distance, permanent odometer) Clock (Hour Metre, Stop Watch, Ride Time, Total Ride Time, Permanent Hour Metre); Power Input (Includes Power Connexion Fits All Machines, Accepts Any Power Input - AC/DC, Auto Switch to Internal Power, Permanent Memory Guarantees Data is Never Lost) Includes: Mounting Hardware, Speed Sensor, Magnet Kit, and Temperature Sensor. Honda XR 250R/400R/600R/650L All Years
  4. Hollerhead

    Garmin Monterra

    2 reviews

    GPS Mapping Powerhouse with Android™ 4" dual orientation, sunlight-readable, durable mineral glass display with multi-touch interface Get Android apps on Google Play™ 8 megapixel autofocus camera and 1080p HD video with automatic geotagging, LED flash/torch High-sensitivity GPS/GLONASS receiver for better positioning 3D MapMerge™ for multiple maps in 3-D Monterra is a full-featured Wi-Fi® enabled GPS navigator that combines our powerful mapping with the versatility of Android. Get Android apps for Monterra on Google Play, including PeakFinder, star constellation charts and ballistic calculator. Or access professional apps such as construction estimators and ArcGIS® to extend your office to the field. The rugged and durable Monterra has the power and flexibility to go anywhere. 3D MapMerge Monterra is the ultimate mapping tool with custom 3-D mapping. Combine 2 maps, for example TOPO and BirdsEye Satellite Imagery, then view both maps in 3-D. You’ll see rich textures, such as hills, valleys, lakes and forests. Zoom in, pan out and rotate the 3-D map using multi-touch. Quality Photos Monterra includes a built-in 8 megapixel autofocus digital camera that takes vivid, geo-tagged photos for easy return navigation plus a 1080p HD video camera with LED flash/torch. You can download photos and video easily to your computer or for sharing through Garmin Adventures. Monterra has plenty of internal memory plus a microSD™ card slot for up to 64 additional GB of memory. Powerful Battery, Beautiful Display Monterra has a state-of-the-art dual battery system. You can use the rechargeable lithium-ion pack (included) or traditional AA batteries — the lithium-ion pack charges when device is connected to external power. Its 4" color multi-touch display uses external light and sunlight in combination with the LED backlight to increase screen brightness. Plus, you conserve power by not having to turn on the backlight. Get Your Bearings Monterra has a built-in 3-axis electronic compass with accelerometer and gyro, which shows where you're heading even when you’re standing still (or not holding it level). Once calibrated, its barometric altimeter tracks changes in pressure to pinpoint your precise altitude, and you even can use it to plot barometric pressure over time, which can help you keep an eye on changing weather conditions. A built-in UV sensor lets you know your exposure level to sunlight so you can avoid sun damage, especially at higher elevations (5 percent increase in intensity every 1,000 ft of altitude) and on bright or reflective surfaces (snow, water, etc). And with its high-sensitivity, WAAS- and GLONASS-enabled GPS receiver, Monterra locates your position with more precision and maintains its GPS location even in heavy cover and deep canyons. Share Wirelessly With Wi-Fi, Bluetooth® and NFC, Monterra lets you share your data, maps, waypoints, tracks, routes and geocaches up to 50 times faster with other wireless compatible devices. Plus, you can share photos and data from field work through BaseCamp™ or by downloading directly to your computer. Load Maps and Geocaches Add BirdsEye Satellite Imagery (subscription required) and hit the trail. Add Trailhead Series TOPO maps and explore famous treks like the Appalachian Trail and the Pacific Crest Trail. Or, load up your GIS-based maps and go to work. Monterra can hold thousands of geocaches. Download every cache on Geocaching.com. Load caches from GSAK. Or get your favorite Android app on Google Play. All your paperless geocaching features will be there for every cache. Read full descriptions, hints and logs. View cache photos. Filter caches by size, terrain, difficulty and type. Connect to chirp™ enabled caches. Radio Never miss vital information (or entertainment) with Monterra’s built-in FM radio and NOAA weather radio with SAME alerts. Get watches and warnings related to your location. Listen with headphones or share with the whole group through the built-in speaker. Plan Your Next Trip Take charge of your next adventure with BaseCamp, software that lets you view and organize maps, waypoints, routes and tracks. Create Garmin Adventures to share with friends, family or fellow explorers. BaseCamp displays topographic map data in 2-D or 3-D on your computer screen, including contour lines and elevation profiles. It also can transfer an unlimited amount of satellite images to your device when paired with a BirdsEye Satellite Imagery subscription. Mount It Anywhere With an array of compatible mounts, Monterra is designed for use on ATVs, in boats, as a handheld or in your car. Use the automobile mount for spoken, turn-by-turn driving directions, or the rugged mount for your motorcycle or ATV.
  5. wably

    Honda XR400R (2004)

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    So far so good. Checked/repacked/replaced all worn bearings, fluids, tires, clutch plates, brake pads, chain, sprockets, bars, grips and levers. Replaced all incorrect size/length bolds, nuts, screws. Removed a ton of red loctite. Usually at the expense of the threads and or bolt, nut and screw! BAD TOAD!!! I want to convert to electric start. The parts are out there. Let me know if you have done it or know someone who has.
  6. 2 reviews

    PRODUCT DETAILS Hour-Tach Meter: Large, easy to read LCD screen Ultra-compact 1" x 2" design Tach displays current RPM anytime engine is active Records max RPM reached every ride Measures up to 20,000 RPM Hour meter tracks total hours up to 99,999 Spinning arrow icon displays while engine is active Adjustable settings for Fast/Slow updates Adjustable High/Low spark sensitivity for electrical noise suppression Mounts anywhere with heavy duty, die-cut Peel-n-Stick (included) Optional Mount Bracket available for bolt on (sold separately) Easy installation (single wire lead wraps around spark plug wire) Mount Bracket: CNC'd 6061 T-6 aluminum Fits most late model bikes Simple installation Mounting hardware included
  7. skaiter1007

    Honda CRF450X (2006)

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    great bike, tons of power, dual sport capable (and mine is) a little on the heavy side, but i'll get used to it and stronger for controlling the beast that it is haha
  8. CRF450XINOZ

    Honda CRF450X (2009)

    3 comments

    Awesome bike, The power, Suspension & handling exceeded my expectations Removed snorkel & opened up the airbox slightly R&D flex jet 170 Main Pilot 45 Leak jet 60 NCVS Needle jet JT 14 tooth front sprocket Hinson clutch cover FMF Powerbomb header pipe E-Line carbon fiber Header cover FMF Powercore 4 muffler Trailtech Vapor Stealth speedo & dash setup, Great to keep an eye on the temperature & RPM etc Having both supermoto & offroad wheels is great
  9. DirtRockr

    Kawasaki KLX300R (2007)

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    Original owner, bought new off showroom floor in 2010. Mods made it a great woods bike! Street plated but geared for woods. Only complaint...no button. That would've gave it 5 stars.
  10. 1 review

    C1 HOUR METER C1 is the innovative engine hour meter by GET, the only one to work without any connection to the motorbike. Using the time-saving Velcro tape included in the kit, the C1 fits to the bike in just a few seconds. This device detects the engine by interpreting and identifying the wave frequencies that flow through the surface on which it is mounted. C1 is fully waterproof (IP68) and has been designed to work even under the toughest conditions like off-road applications. C1 has 2 engine hour meters and logs the total running time (no reset available). The partial engine hour meter can be reset pressing the select button in a certain procedure The built-in battery allows for a 3-year lifespan. FEATURES Easy to read display Small size and light weight Total engine hour meter up to 999,9 hours(reset not available) Partial engine hour meter (resettable) No need for coil connection cable IP68 resistant plastic case Lifetime: 3 years Velcro tape included Built-in battery
  11. ThumperTalk

    Trail Tech Vapor Computer

    19 reviews

    Custom design kits for exact model fit One year warranty Unlimited free Trail Tech phone and e-mail support All parts included to complete installation Waterproof connections While backlit LCD display Accessory dashboards for most applications Temperature - ambient, engine dual programmable temp lights, exact model fit temperature sensors, selectable degree display Power Input - Included power connectioin fits all machines, accepts any power input - AC/DC 6-400 VAC, auto-switch to internal battery, permanent memory Speedometer - Current speed, maximum speed, selectable MPH/KMPH Distance - Adjustable distance, permanent odometer, selectable mile/kilometer display Clock - hour meter, stop watch, ride time, accumuulated ride time, selectable 12/24 hour display Lap timer Permanent hour meter Accumulated ride time
  12. ThumperTalk

    Trail Tech Vapor Computer Kit

    5 reviews

    Speedometer: current speed, maximum speed, selectable MPH/KMH display Tachometer: real-time RPM bar graph, numeric RPM readout, dual programmable shift lights, up to 20,000 RPM Temperature: ambient temperature, engine temperature, dual programmable temp lights, exact model fit temperature sensors, selectable F/C display Distance: adjustable distance, permanent odometer, selectable mile/kilometer display Clock: hour meter, stop watch, ride time, accumulated ride time, permanent hour meter, selectable 12/24 hour display Power Input: includes power connection that fits all machines, accepts any power input - AC/DC, auto switch to internal power if external is removed, permanent memory guarantees data is never lost Value Added: custom designed for exact model fit, all parts included to complete installation, unlimited free Trail Tech phone and email support, waterproof connections included, bright white backlit LCD display, accessory dashboards for most applications
  13. 2 reviews

    DESCRIPTION Trail Tech Vapor HONDA CRF 250X/450X Kit includes temperature sensor, speed sensor, magnet kit and mounting hardware to fit standard 7/8' to 1-1/8" handlebars. Model fitment: CRF 250X / 450X (2004-2014) Speedometer Tachometer Temperature Distance
  14. BRX-WRX

    Voyager install on 13 150SX

    I used the mount that comes with the protector. The one that uses the frt number plate mount hole, but I had to fab a bracket to raize it 1and forth inch to clear top of number plate. Now I need a front brake line that is 2inch longer to reach over top of computor. It will snag top as is after compressing forks. Any body know what brake line I need ? I also mounted the external antanna on the rear fender by the back of seat. Line needs to be 2inch but no more than 3 inch Longer. Thank You MB
  15. I am not as advanced as some of the wrenchers here on ThumperTalk, BUT the things i CAN do, i figure i will share, just in case anyone finds them useful. Trailtech was nice enough to service my broken computer free of charge, just got it back today...and its going on a new bike. This is a rundown of the install.. First remove the protective plastic guard, and Remove the two 10mm bolts that hold the caliper. The upper bolt in the pic has been loosened to illustrate. Also, one of the rotor hex bolts needs to be removed, and replaced with the magnetic bolt included in the kit. (sorry no pics) Now, take the magnetic sensor and use it as a template to mark the spot on the caliper to drill a 1/8 inch hole. Center punch your mark, and drill. Use something like a bike stand to rest the caliper on while you drill, because it will not reach the ground with the brake line attached. Use the provided "self-tapping" screw to attach the magnetic sensor to the caliper. [ Re-install your caliper, and tighten the bolts to spec torque. Run the computer cable along with your brake line, and tighten in into the pinch holders. Add a zip tie to keep the cable away from the rotor. Re-install your plastic protector and route your cable along with your brake line. Add a few zip ties to keep them from slapping around. [ Now here i have used my stock ODO mount, turned upside down...I drilled holes to mount the Trailtech base, and bolted it back in stock location. Must remove your headlight shroud for this part. Mount the computer in the base, and again, ties added to keep the cables from slapping around. The headlight shroud is re-mounted. The stock ODO mount can be flexed up and down slightly, to optimize the viewing position of the computer. here i am bending it toward me, for a nice, glare free view. [ Now we mark the front tire, and mark the ground. Sit on the bike (for a more accurate reading) and roll one revolution of the front tire, marking the ground again. We then measure the distance between the two points in inches. This number is multiplied by 25.4 to attain the distance in mm, and this value is entered into the computer following the directions in the quick start guide. And that's that!!!! Thanks for watching!
  16. ozglenn

    Trail tech speedo swap

    For those of you who have a trail tech vapor,are they are plug in job or do I have to hard wire it into the electrical system myself,which part of the radiator hose is best to install the water temp unit?
  17. I want to fit a trailtech vapor to my DRZ but can't decide whether to get the trailtech dash with the lights or to get the billet aluminium mount and seperate the idiot lights and remount them. Is this possible. How do you seperate the idiot lights? Any views. It is an Australain DRZ so wiring may be different. How hard is it to wire up the idot lights on the trailtech dash. I was reading that diodes may be required. Advice would be very much appreciated. Cheers.
  18. BannerUp

    GPS Primer

    GPS Questions and Answers "Columbus didn't need no gps, and neither do I!" WHAT's A GPS? There's 24 Geographical Positioning Satellites orbiting the earth so you and I can identify our position any time, anywhere. You buy a gps receiver, mount it on your bike, and voila -- you know where you are, where you've been and how to get to where you want to be. The basics are covered in Garmin's GPS Guide WHERE CAN I GET ONE? Wally World, of course! And most sporting goods stores. You can also buy new and used ones on e-Bay and on-line stores like CycoActive and GPS Now Before you buy one, though, you should know what you need, what you want and how to choose... OK, WHAT DO I NEED? • GPS unit to receive and display position data from the satellites • Holder and hardware to mount the gps receiver on your motorcycle • Software to design routes, save tracks and share files • Interface cable to transfer tracks between your computer and gps WHAT DO I WANT AND HOW DO I CHOOSE? There's lots of GPS units out there, with a wide range of features and prices. Dig into the jargon, compare prices and features, then ask yourself... Why do I want a GPS on my dirt bike? How would it enhance my off-road riding? Will it work with my street bike and car, too? Will it work for a walk in the forest and on rainy days? Is the screen big enough for me to see maps and lines and read the text? Will a gps with a gray screen work for me? Or should i get a color screen for better contrast & visibility? Does it come with a PC Interface cable? Or is that extra? What format does the mapping software use? Will that format work with the GPS my buddies use? Can it be connected directly to the stator? Or does it require an ac-dc converter? Can i connect it directly to the battery? Or does it need a voltage other than 12Vdc? Are regulators for this other voltage available? What do they cost and how easy is it to find them? How many tracks/trackpoints and routes/waypoints will this gps hold? Will it point to the next waypoint when I stop? What does that option cost? Does it have enough memory for the maps i'd need for a long ride? What's the total cost: GPS, interface cable, mount, regulator... everything? Do I really need all these bells and whistles? SOUNDS TECHNICAL -- CAN I "GPS" WITHOUT A COMPUTER? This is the 21st century -- you can't do anything without a computer... ) WHERE CAN I GET THE SPECS TO COMPARE ALL THESE UNITS? Goto the Garmin and Magellan websites. Here's a summary... GPS MODEL TRACKS ROUTES TRACKPOINTS WAYPOINTS MEMORY VOLTAGE old eTREX 10/125 1/50 1536 max 500 max NA 2.5VDC new eTREX 10/125 20/124 10,000 max 500 max NA 2.5VDC old VENTURE 10/125 20/50 2048 max 500 max 1 MB 2.5 VDC old LEGEND 10/125 20/125 10,000 max 1000 max 8 MB 2.5 VDC old VISTA 10/125 20/125 10,000 max 1000 max 24 MB 2.5 VDC new VENTURE 20/500 50/250 10,000 max 500 max 64 MB 4.2-5.5 VDC new LEGEND 20/500 50/250 10,000 max 500 max 64 MB 4.2-5.5 VDC new VISTA 20/500 50/250 10,000 max 500 max 64 MB 4.2-5.5 VDC GPS-76C 20/500 50/250 10,000 max 1000 max 115 MB 8-36 VDC GPS-60C 20/500 50/250 10,000 max 1000 max 56 MB 8-36 VDC MERIDIAN 1/2000 20/30 2000 max 500 max 64 MB 3.86 VDC GPS-V 10/250 20/250 3000 max 500 max 19 MB 8-36 VDC HOW DOES A GPS KEEP ME ON COURSE WHILE I RIDE? • Waypoints and trackpoints are mapped locations with specific latitude/longitude coordinates. • These "points" can be electronically stored in a computer program, then transferred to your GPS. • Your gps "connects" these points with a line on the screen that represents your intended path • See that small arrow on your screen? It represents your position in relation to the intended path • Turn your bike to where the arrow is pointing to keep yourself moving from point to point. WHAT PROBLEMS AM I'M LIKELY TO ENCOUNTER? Once you start GPSing, you'll encounter dozens of problems on the bike or at the computer, but most fall into these two categories: (1) Your designing or riding a route you've never seen, or (2) You've ridden it before, but need to make changes or alter the format. In either case... • The more points you have, the closer the track will represent the actual path • The transition from point to point should be as smooth and accurate as possible • Space points 1/10 mile apart or closer if there's lots of turns, intersecting roads or trails • Position a point at each major turn or intersection in the course • Most GPS units can store many more trackpoints than waypoints, so use tracks, not routes, for long rides • It's easy to filter (reduce) trackpoints, but you must delete waypoints manually • It's hard to make a track from a route in Mapsource, but easy in TopoFusion • It's hard to make a route from a track in Mapsource, but easy in NG Topo • You can move waypoints in Mapsource but not trackpoints • Both waypoints and trackpoints are easy to move in TopoFusion View attachment: gps-v.gif View attachment: vista-new.gif View attachment: points-gps.jpg View attachment: points-map.jpg
  19. AMSTERDAM - January 15, 2015 - (Motor Sports Newswire) - TomTom (TOM2) today launches the all-new TomTom RIDER, designed to make every motorcycle ride more exciting. For the first time, bikers can choose the level of twists and turns they want to ride to create their own adrenaline-filled adventure. Introducing the all-new TomTom RIDER, designed to make every motorcycle ride more exciting. For the first time, bikers can choose the level of twists and turns they want to ride to create their own adrenaline-filled adventure. The all-new TomTom RIDER helps bikers discover and explore new routes. Simply select an area to ride on the map and TomTom RIDER will suggest the most exciting round-trip. Bikers can build excitement before setting out by creating and sharing touring adventures with friends and uploading direct to their TomTom RIDER. “We believe that every ride is a chance for adventure,” said Corinne Vigreux, co-founder and managing director, TomTom Consumer. “So we have designed TomTom RIDER to give bikers more ways to create and discover exciting routes. From the freedom of cruising the open road, to the thrill of leaning into the tightest curve on the highest peak, with RIDER, bikers can create and ride their own perfect adventure.” The stylish, yet rugged TomTom RIDER has been completely redesigned for life on the road. An innovative rotating mount allows bikers to switch to portrait view to see more of the bends ahead. It has a glove-friendly, interactive screen to make it easy to find and explore new places. Bluetooth® enabled audio instructions delivered to the headset or helmet, give bikers more freedom to just enjoy the ride. TomTom RIDER includes features that are designed specifically for bikers: Winding Roads: Find the most exciting winding roads and avoid the boring straights. Hilly Roads: Stay at sea level or climb the highest peaks. Round-trip Planning: Simply select where you want to ride and TomTom Rider will find the most exciting route. Portrait View: Simple rotate to portrait view to see more of the bends ahead. PC Route Planning: Pre-plan a touring adventure before leaving home. Route Sharing: Share a route with other bikers before setting off or after you return home. Lifetime TomTom Traffic: Ride with real-time traffic information for the lifetime of the device. Audio Instructions via Bluetooth: Keep your eyes on the road with audio instructions delivered through your headset. Track Support: Upload tracks (GPX format) and your TomTom Rider will show you the way. Hands-free Calling: Call hands-free while you ride. Weather-proof Design: As weather ready as you are. Glove-friendly Screen: Use your TomTom Rider even while wearing gloves. Sunlight Visibility: Make use of different colour options for different times of day. Trip Recording: Record your trip and relive the adventure any time. Trip Statistics: See how far, how fast and for how long you have ridden. Fully Interactive Screen: Pinch, zoom and swipe to interact with the map. TomTom RIDER will be available from April 2015. See www.tomtom.com/new-rider-400
  20. mo2cros

    Yamaha WR450F (2012)

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    just got this bike, rode it at the track once, liked it! Rode it in the desert twice and now I'm lovin it!
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