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Anybody here using the Vapor for their gauges? Just wondering which Model, you are using. There are many to choose from but only one generic model. It seems to me the differences between models would be the water temp sensor size and the length of the speedometer wire. Am I right?
 

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I was eyeing this brand a couple days ago but I'm months away from putting on in so I'd be interested to know if anyone else has used these as well.

They seem orientated to off-road bikes, and once you add indicator lights and what-not they get more expensive. They also label for conventional and USD forks; the speedo wire is different from what I see on the site but they don't specify length.

Speedo should be electric wire w/ sensor if that's what you meant by 'cable'. So looking two kits, speedo cable is one model number for USD and a different model for conv. forks. The USD kit shows a magnet like thing with two screws and the conv. fork kit shows a self stick sensor.

It's 160 for the gauge plus 60 for the indicator lights so they're pushing over $220.


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I do want to note, that for $160 it comes with a good amount of stuff like the mount and wires, etc. Below kit is for sv650 conventional fork, you can see the magnet bolts for the speed sensor



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Dont discount Daytona brand....you can see their range at Shindy pro....interestingly I got several spare sets and thread adapters thru Webbike japan for bout 30% of the ebay price/USA retail price.....
 
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