Hadn't thought about that arrangement, but it may make more sense than the other way around, the stock tach does seem to do the job whereas the stock speedo can only be used as a vague reference!Reading your post, one thought I've had about fitting a Cypher II to a thrux is to actually flip the bracket, and use a small speedo on the left, leaving the stock thrux tacho on the right... perhaps rotated
to indicate 7500K at 12 o'clock. I have several Cypher II's almost done although I don't have a thrux tacho, I'll see if I can get a pic up today to show what I'm thinking about...
Guess you need to look at a bunch of photos, take off your gauges and stare at the bike, etc. I dig the low look on the front end, and after tooling around with the mini speedometer for 500 miles, a quick glance at it tells me easily what I need to know. In that regard, the mini is as effective as the OEM.Your killing me D9, I NEED your product on my bike (06' Thruxton). Guess I need to figure out if I want to do the mini speedo and tach or the stock speedo w/ small tach, would these work on my Thrux w/ stock clip ons? Again, your are a craftsman!:worthy:
PM sent to you on this beautiful thing! Looks like I am wanting some more of your stuff...yet again!Assembled the first completed unit tonight & took some pics:
http://s192.photobucket.com/albums/z276/D9davidnyne/Cypher 1ignition relo bracket assembly/
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