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    Senior Member Guitarman's Avatar
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    I just got a Trail Tech Vapor kit for TW200 but I can't figure how to install the wheel sensor. I know some of you already overcome that issue and I'd be thankful if you could share your mounting solutions with me.



    I got a disk brake system and they included that kind of sensor in the kit.







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    Justin Yancy from Trail Tech sent me this picture!




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    That vertical mounting looks pretty straight forward. I set the same sensor horizontally but likely that was because I had some additional hardware at axle level due my Tri-Z fork set-up. Gerry
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    I had the same problem, I couldn't figure out how to mount it either. It was the weekend when I did mine, so I couldn't contact them, I ended up first making a machined mounting bracket, see the first two pictures. Even though I just ride on the street, I didn't like how low it sat, so I machined a second mounting adapter and screwed it into the spedo cable mount (I'll have to add the photo tonight). I later got the same photo as above, but didn't want to leave the spedo cable attached because I wasn't using it any more. I really like the features it has, I also got the indicator light holder option.
























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    Randucci,I'd love one of those mounts! Any chance of a hook-up? If so, how much?

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    Here is what I ended up with. I threaded the end of the aluminum adapter I made to screw onto the drive cable fitting, then, mounted the sensor into the drilled and tapped hole at the other end. Now it basically follows the old spedo drive cable route. It is actually much more stout than it might look to be.































    I made a aluminum sheet metal bracket for the Vapor that mounts to the stock spedo bracket holes. Here is a better picture of the dash turned on:














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    You are something of a designer... Very nice once again... Gerry



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    Quote Originally Posted by mrgizmow View Post
    You are something of a designer... Very nice once again... Gerry





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    Thanks for the award and recognition! I just like making stuff, I have spent more hours modifying my TW200 than riding it! I couldn't find a valve adjusting tool so I made my own for about $0.25. It worked great, here are a couple pictures:















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    Quote Originally Posted by randucci View Post
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    Here is what I ended up with. I threaded the end of the aluminum adapter I made to screw onto the drive cable fitting, then, mounted the sensor into the drilled and tapped hole at the other end. Now it basically follows the old spedo drive cable route. It is actually much more stout than it might look to be.































    I made a aluminum sheet metal bracket for the Vapor that mounts to the stock spedo bracket holes. Here is a better picture of the dash turned on:














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    What are the chances of you making one of those speedometer sensor adapters for me and shipping it to 01337? I'm happy to pay via PayPal. Just not sure if I have the tools to fab it myself.

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    Is there a lot of work involved to install the vapor like you did with all the features ?How does it get the signal for rpm?

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