I'm going to shoot off an E-mail to them to see if it will work with digital read-out speedos like the AN650's.HappyPuppy said:...I was looking around and discovered this product that claims to fix such errors...
Dear Sirs and Madams:
A member of the BurgmanUSA members forum posted a link to your site, and since our bikes have a known 10% error you may have a number of customers seeking your services.
One question, which I will report back to the group: will your product work with LCD digital speedometers? The Suzuki Burgman 650 has an LCD multifunction display that includes speedometer, tachometer, odometer, and warning indicators.
Also, although the speed indication is wrong, the odometer indication is correct; will your device cause a change in the odometer reading during the speed correction?
Any information you can provide will be appreciated.
Great idea! :idea:NormanB said:...We have 5 important limits 20, 30, 40, 60 and 70mph - I suppose I could mark the speedo with some key markings at these points. Mmmmm :!:
No need to be embarrassed. For the great many of you who ride the 400s and other dial gauge bikes, that was a really brilliant solution.NormanB said:
Yes Brian - I am a tadge embarrassed!
There I was lulled into an old tech solution in an old world problem forgetting that most here will be looking at a 'glass cockpit'
I'm a WOSTEP Certificated Watchmaker. I like you more all the time!NormanB said:...I even prefer an analogue watch! :wink:
Frankly, for $100+ I'll just "correct" the speedometer error in my head. I'd rather have an accurate odometer for computing gas stop requirements on tours and service intervals.Hi Brian,
Yes the Yellow Box is fully compatible with the Burgman, and with
LCD digital speedos.
The Yellow Box corrects both the speedo and odo by the same percentage.
The manufacturer set difference between the speedo and odo will not
change. Older year models probably won't have this difference in
accuracy, their speedo and odo will be out by about the same. Some may
have a 3% difference between the speedo and odo.
With setting speedo correction, some people prefer an accurate speedo,
some an accurate odo, and others set their correction between the two.
The Yellow Box will also correct for sprocket change errors.