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Peculiar issue...speedo now reads double actual speed on the first ride of the season. 2014 V7R. History:1. Replaced both tires. I did remove the rear rotor before giving the wheels to my tire guy. 2. Put rear rotor and both wheels back on.3. First ride - speedo reads double. Pulled battery. Went on another ride. Speedo reading the same.4. Replaced the speedo sensor and reseated the connector loom on the back of the gauges. 5. Second ride - speedo still reads doubleNot sure what else to check. Any ideas?Thanks.
I think somehow you may have extra targets at the speed pickup.Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
Can you post a picture of the wheel at the sensor.
I'm not sure what I'm looking at but it seems to me the pickup is close to the axel.Try moving it further away, t might be getting a double pulse from the cup in the bolt head, moving it back will make it less sensitive.
Does your Racer have ABS?
Well, it DOES solve the issue of folks saying the V7R is not fast!
I don't have a mic handy, but eyeballing my '14 speedo sensor & rotor, it looks the same as your photos, i.e. only a few mm gap between the sensor and bolt heads.Q for you: Were any of the brake rotor bolts replaced? I can see 4 of them in the photos, but if any were replaced with something other than stock, that could possibly be confusing the computer.
Is it possible the wheel has moved in relation to where it was?I can't help but wonder if you are getting a double pulse from the dish in the bolt head.Did you re-use the same bolts?Typically that type of sensor works by having a coil of wire wound over a magnet, as the bolt heads pass theydisturb the field which creates a pulse in the coil.You may be able to reduce the sensitivity with some thin steel, perhaps stick some steel washers in the depression as a test.
Is it possible you have switched the dash inadvertently from M/H to Km/H80 Km/h = 50 M/h not quite double
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