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post #1 of 8 (permalink) Old 09-15-2008, 04:44 PM Thread Starter
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Question Got my gauges back from a led mod, needel is at 6500 RMP???????????

Sent my gauges away to get some led's changed out and got it back with my needel pointing at 6500 rpm. I do not want to put my bike back together and turn on my guages to reveal my needel messing up after i put everything back together. Is this a big deal or will the needel Re-Zero it'self. Or do i need to manually do that myself?
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im pretty sure you have nothing to worry about it i never had this problem on a bike but had in in cars and it jus goes back to normal no need to panic
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ask the guy you sent the gauges too to see if it will be ok
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i did, waiting for a reply. anyone else know?
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post #5 of 8 (permalink) Old 09-15-2008, 08:13 PM
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Did you try powering it up to see if the needle just shifted during shipping?

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Dude, you don't have to bolt the whole bike back together, just plug it into the harness and turn the key. I did this like 20 times when LED modding the dash myself.

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The guy who assemblied the guage back together should've installed the needle at the zero point....Hopfully when you power it up it will reset itself, but if it doesn't your going to have to pull the cover and reset the needle....
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just bring the guage cluster out to your bike, and plug the harness in ( no bolting on required), start the bike and see what happens. if it does not reset to zero, do the following...


Follow this write up untill step 4.

https://www.600rr.net/vb/showthread.p...&highlight=LED


when needle is out spin the back of it untill the needle is at zero and wont spin anymore.
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