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Hello guys greetings from The Philippine Islands! i just recently acquired a burgman an400x (skywave) for restoration and noticed that the speedo sensor cable has snapped with copper wires showing, question is where does this end go? there is not a socket at the back of the speedo gauge to attach this thing. Photos will be greatly appreciated!

PS Whats the size of the OEM belt? Ebay says 944mm / 22.7mm / 30deg. pitch is this correct?
 

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If it snapped why not just splice it together.
It is just an electrical signal from a magnet with low amps and soldering it back should work with no problems.
That is if you can locate both parts of the cable.
Good luck with it.
PS-Buy the OEM belt from Suzuki as the ones off ebay may or may not hold up according to several reviewers.
 

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It would help to know what year model the bike is. The an400 did not arrive in the USA until 2003 when it was a fuel injected model. Earlier models available in other parts of the world had carbs. The answer would differ depending on the model because on the FI ones the speedsensor feeds both the speedo and the ECU.
 

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Thank you for trying to answer my questions my burgman is a an400x (skywave) it is carb, i got the bike with the speedo gauge not working i checked it the other day only to find out that it was the cable from the front wheels has snapped and is just tucked in the front cowling not attached to anything i have tried to find where it goes to the hopes of soldering it back in to place but i couldnt find it. i would appreciate any kind of help thanks guys

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Any chance you have the size of the OEM belt? i will try to source out a similarly sized cvt belt here as the OEM would surely cost double if not more here in my country
 
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