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Not sure if this has been addressed but I know a speedo healer will adjust speed readings when one re-gears their bike but does it also correct the speed for a stock geared bike?
 

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Well you dont have to chop or solder anything, they are plug and play. Plus it keeps you from adding those additional 10% miles as well. Think about it, if you are doing over 150 then you are going somewhere around a football field every second, but if you show that but are only doing 130/140 then there is not as many miles adding on.

I did some math on my 636 and for every 100 miles I was adding something like 6 miles to the bike that it had not actually traveled.
 

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Originally posted by sneakyws6
Well you dont have to chop or solder anything, they are plug and play. Plus it keeps you from adding those additional 10% miles as well. Think about it, if you are doing over 150 then you are going somewhere around a football field every second, but if you show that but are only doing 130/140 then there is not as many miles adding on.

I did some math on my 636 and for every 100 miles I was adding something like 6 miles to the bike that it had not actually traveled.
Actully, I spoke to the distributer and the 05-06 ZX6R is not plug and play. You need to get the universal harness adapter and splice into your wiring.
 
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