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Speedo correcting, Kymco scooter

Discussion in 'Technical and Troubleshooting Torque' at netrider.net.au started by loki, Mar 28, 2010.

  1. Hi guys
    Got a speedo problem...
    My girlfriend's had her Ego250 since xmas now, but rides together are kinda frustrating as hell. We've worked out her speedo is over-reading, and as she's hesitant to exceed the speed limit we're stuck crawling along at 5 and 10 under the limit everywhere. I endured four hours of it today, and it completely SUCKED ASS.



    any one able to help with some pointers? are there any good specialists in Sydney/Western Sydney that handle this kind of thing? can a regular local Spanner tweak it?

    Thanks for your time and any advice, much appreciated
     
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  2. No idea.
    But meanwhile a cheap alternative solution is to have her follow a vehicle with an accurate speedo sit on 60, then 80 then 100 so she can see what speeds those register on her speedo. Then she has an accurate reference.
     
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  3. Mount a GPS, thats how i checked my speedo.
     
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  4. similar to this, but with only one vehicle (hers). do an average speed test. mark out a kilometre, make her sit at indicated 60/80 etc and time how long it takes to determine how far out it is.
     
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  5. Then install a "Speedo Healer" and eliminate the error.
     
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  6. she's been looking at GPS units today, and I just checked the Speedo Healer site.
    cheers guys :)
     
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