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V7 III Drop Speedo/Tacho Bracket

DeadEye

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GT di Razza Pura
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Would the cable reach down between the heads to get “Engine” temperature ?
I wonder if the sensor would read up to/over 100c

If you took the cover off your V7, could you fit on the V9 piece ?
Oh wait, the V7 cover fits just inside the stock V7 cup, doesn’t it.
 

AllanV

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Apr 1, 2018
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Denmark
Would the cable reach down between the heads to get “Engine” temperature ?
I wonder if the sensor would read up to/over 100c

If you took the cover off your V7, could you fit on the V9 piece ?
Oh wait, the V7 cover fits just inside the stock V7 cup, doesn’t it.

On mine it only goes just past the headstock. I don't think you'd get any meaningful reading on the engine temp by placing the temp sensor near any external engine part..

Rear cover doesn't fit with the V9 part at all, I tried ;)
 

Bill Meyer

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Mark me down as a satisfied buyer of the drop bracket for my V7III Stone. The central location makes more sense to me and the elimination of laser beam reflections right in my eyes makes mid-day rides more pleasant.
 

GTM®

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GT di Razza Pura
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Jul 1, 2009
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Malibu
Anyone knows if this bracket is compatible with the digital guage on the V7 Centenario?
It is not. Just waiting to have one in the shop for a few days to make one. I'll be posting here when that day arrives.
Mark me down as a satisfied buyer of the drop bracket for my V7III Stone. The central location makes more sense to me and the elimination of laser beam reflections right in my eyes makes mid-day rides more pleasant.
Thanks Bill(!). Love to have those words posted on the purchase page as a review if you would please; https://gtmotocycles.com/products/gt-motocycles-v7-iii-speedo-drop-bracket
 
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