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New sprockets going in, need speedO helpO.

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Well after 21K miles gonna get a new set of sprockets and chain for the Phoenix. Going 1 down 3 up, what do I need to buy to fix my speedo? Is there an easy fix? Or just put out the $$$ for the correct fix?
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if your doing street riding, i would do 1 down 2 up.. with 3 in the rear, your RPM's are gonna be way High on the highway.. i'm 1 down 1 up and at 80.. rpms are at like 8 or 9..

but anyways, google Speedo Healer V4.. Many places sell them, so browse around..
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Buy the SpeedoDRD from MotoMummy!! Awesome product! I installed one on the weekend!!
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Wow both units seem awesome! I guess I'll go with the SpeedoDRD it's half the price of the other and do the samething.

Now next question, where is the speed sensor on my 2009 CBR 600??
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Wow both units seem awesome! I guess I'll go with the SpeedoDRD it's half the price of the other and do the samething.

Now next question, where is the speed sensor on my 2009 CBR 600??
should be ontop of transmision, below the fuel tank


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Damn! That sounds like a pain to get too.
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Damn! That sounds like a pain to get too.

was able to get to it with out removing fairings on my 06. its the greenish plugs.


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hmmmmm, dont seem to hard to get too. Ill take a look at it. But does anyone else know for sure where the speed sensor is on a 2009 cbr 600??

GOOD NEWS!: Went ahead and ordered my SpeedoDRD from motomummy, only $75 bones AND its close to Austin and Im only in Dallas Fort Worth area!.
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Its in the same spot...
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Oh alrighty. Well I'll let everyone know how it goes.
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BTW your correction factor is going to be -14.3%. See the link in my sig for a little more info...
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BTW your correction factor is going to be -14.3%. See the link in my sig for a little more info...

Wow awesome info! I knew my fellow 600RR riders would help me out. Question, what is the formula from % into .000? I gotta put in the ratio in decimals for my SpeedoDRD.
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Your speedoDRD will ask for it as a percentage, to enter it just follow the instructions it came with, its easy to do. There is also videos on youtube for whichever one you have.

It will ask for + / -
then to enter in 14.3 starting at the most significant number.
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Post up what you think about the SpeedoDRD once you get it on and installed. I'm sure you'll like it. It's a great unit.
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SpeedoDRD came in on time, but when i plugged it in it didnt even turn on! I followed the directions and I didnt even get that flashing light when you turn the key into the on position. took it around the block and got a check engine light on while on my test ride. need help.
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Can you take a photo of the plugs and what not, and which version of DRD do you have
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Can't take a photo anytime soon. But I have the H3 which is for my 09.
Trust me, they are plugged in correctly and the unit never powered up and I got a check engine light.
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What DTC is it throwing?
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Idk how do I read it? I'm sure I can count the flashes or something right.
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Will bet money you plugged it into to fuel pump. You gotta feel around for the speed sensor.

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Have a look at this thread: How to check your DTC
It will tell you how to check your DTC and what it means, if you check it and post up what the number is we will soon find out where you went wrong.
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Fuel pump, Really?! Drove it around on the weekend and no problem with performance.


Anyways, 25. Kickstand down, key on engine off, two long blinks and five short blinks. Went through 4 cycles to make sure that was the only one and no other ones.
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25 is your knock sensor, you probably got the knock sensor plug mixed up with the speed plug... they are both three pin plugs, and both black.

Easy to fix, unplug the DRD and put it in the right place...

There is a test mode on the DRD that will give you an output, the higher frequency one should be around 60mph
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Oh ok. Well I guess I got to keep looking for the right plug. Any more specifics on the location?
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Oh ok. Well I guess I got to keep looking for the right plug. Any more specifics on the location?
its the only one shaped like that in the area. look at a repair manuel or a micro fitch. i have -1 +2 and i wish i had gone with just +2 in the back. i dont like the way its in high rpm's when im on the freeway doing 70 mph.

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I think that there are 3 that shape, one is for the fuel tank, one is the knock sensor and the other the speed sensor.
Speed sensor is the black plug with the Pink / Green, Green / Black and Violet wires.
The one you have it plugged into will have Blue, Yellow / Red and Black / Yellow wires...

I have +1/-1 and I love it and so far the difference in fuel economy has been 0.21Lt/100km (only done over 2 tanks so far) which is bugger all, and I have only noticed an increase of ~1krpm at highway speeds.
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ok i think i found it, i removed all the fairings on both sides and the tank fairing so that i can get some light on all sides. going to go back outside and hook it up and give the wheel a spin, update in a few minutes.

again, THANKS!
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awesome i got it! GRENN and RED lights flashed!
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Ok got it working. Followed the EASY instruction from motomummy, will absolutely recommend this product to fellow RR riders.

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