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post #1 of 17 (permalink) Old 05-19-2006, 10:37 PM Thread Starter
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Ever seen this?

Just wondering if anyone has seen one of these or heard of anyone trying to put one on a bike...it says it plugs into the cig. lighter, but I would imagine it can be pluged into any 12volt source...sure would be nice having a referance for tuning and adding performance parts without having to run to the dyno all the time
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all of the measurements with those are figured using the accelerometers. ive never used one to see any kind of setup you may have to do and idk what kind of math it does internally to "calculate hp and torque" but whatever it is its calibrated for cars... i bet the weight and size difference would throw it off since it may have some kind of average in it that it uses to determine a legitimate hp and torque based on how fast it took off.... etc.

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i think it might work...

i have the older g-meter and it asks you to input vehicle weight before doing anything so it should calculate everything correctly with the accelorometer. Maybe i'll try it with my old
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im not so worried about the HP graph but I think the 0-60, 1/8 and 1/4 times would be pretty cool. I think im might go ahead and get it and let you guys know how it works.


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Please do! I've seen a few commercials on it and wanted to try it out. Come back and give us a review on it.


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i think it might work...

i have the older g-meter and it asks you to input vehicle weight before doing anything so it should calculate everything correctly with the accelorometer. Maybe i'll try it with my old
A HA! thats what i was sayin i didnt know what kind of setup you had to do to it before hand. yeah that will probably work then
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Look for a write up on it in about 2 weeks...im going to try it out.


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what about this thing...... The Veypor http://www.veypor.com/

and a review of the thing:
http://cbrworld.net/forums/post/100589.aspx
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that veypor thing is pretty sweet.... decent price too. but unless you are going for a full replacement of stock cluster then its kinda big and in the way.
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wow, if anyone can figure it out definitley cool
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This product does actually work. I have yet to figure out how but it does. My buddy also owns one that is designed for a car and it is so damn accurate. I understand what it has to do to work but the physics behind it don't flow well in my brain. Anyways, yes it does work but its not the smallest thing in the world.
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i think im going with the veypor since its designed for bikes and had a review


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let us know how that works out...
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Ive hade the veypor for a few weks now and its an outstanding piece of kit
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I have these in my cars. They are pretty neat!! Some of the HP and times are off every now and then, but, it may be a little more difficult with a bike, because anytime you move it on the bike (or car) they have to be recalibrated. Might bekinda a pain in the butt, but its worth a try
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I would rather just have a HUD system in my helmet so I didn't have to look down at my speedo to be surprised at how fast I am going.
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I would rather just have a HUD system in my helmet so I didn't have to look down at my speedo to be surprised at how fast I am going.


that would be AWESOME. wheres tripage?
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