water temp gauge

Wayne Beaver wayne at acedsl.com
Tue Mar 30 18:19:29 PDT 2010

FWIW, I have an SPA combined analog-tach/digital-temp unit which also  
has programmable shift lights. Picked it up at Street n' Comp some,  
oh, 15 years ago, for what I think was $350 at the time. Not as cheap  
as Daytona, but incredibly useful vs. a digital tach, and now on its  
third bike.  No idea whether SPA still exist. Also I only do four  
track days a year, in a good year, and don't crash as often as some  
racers - but it has, indeed, been crashed more than once  ;-)

Wayne Beaver

> Quoting sv650-request at micapeak.com:
> From: Jo Rhett <jorhett at fastlizardracing.com>
> How much did your RPM guage run?   I really want to replace my Vapor  
> with a big RPM gauge and a temp guage.
> On Mar 29, 2010, at 12:49 PM, Ernest Montague wrote:
> Exactly.  The little Dayton RPM gauge I have is better than a Vapor
> On Mar 29, 2010, at 12:33 PM, Jo Rhett wrote:
> On Mar 29, 2010, at 9:39 AM, Aaron Turner wrote:
> Failing that anyone have any comments on the Vapor?  Since I have no
> speedo and after last weekend's crash I need to figure out a new way
> to mount my tach anyways, it would kill a few birds with one stone.
> So the vapor is neat for a street bike, but near useless for a race bike.
> The RPM range gets very compressed above 9k, so 9-12k is the same  
> size as just > 6-7k.   Talking to the creators about this, they  
> admit that the RPM sensor isn't really good in that range so they  
> made the display wider for the range
>  it is good in.
> Also, the temp guage on mine was nice but it failed sometime recently so...

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