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    TW tach???

    Hey guys

    I am hoping to hear what ppl think about a tachometer.

    What are some of the better looking tachometers?

    A tach might be nice, just a though

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    Search ebay for digital tachometer.
    Long live the internal combustion engine!

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    also does anyone know where the TW redlines at?

    like 7k?

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    9000-9500 I think.

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    10,250 believe it or not.

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    You wouldnt want a tach on the TW. It would scare you to know what its taching on the road
    DonBenito and Mart like this.

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    A little memory and a little practice and this https://tw200forum.com/forum/technica...alculator.html is all you'll need. It becomes second nature in little time.
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    Quote Originally Posted by lrppcer View Post
    A little memory and a little practice and this https://tw200forum.com/forum/technica...alculator.html is all you'll need. It becomes second nature in little time.
    According to that calculator, a shift from 1-2 at 20mph then each following shift at 30, 40, 50, & 60 keeps you at about 80-90% of redline. Pretty easy to remember. Thanks.

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    I use my internal tach. My ear.

    This is how i learned Go in a big empty parking lot and ride each gear out . Train your ear to the sound of the bike while in high rpm range.when doing so. Lots of practice helps. You will understand the benefits when climbing hills . At least I do. Pay attention to the power emitted in each gear.
    Take note where power range ends in each gear. Helps when shifting to get maximum power. I don't like to look at gauges while riding. So I practice to hone these skills.

    Ride to live and live to ride again.

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