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If you change a bike's final drive, rear sprocket, front sprocket, whatever, can you do it and still get an accurate speedometer reading?

(I know the answer...do you?)
 

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CBRAWR said:
sure you can....you'll need different size tire though :)
WRONG!!!!!!:p
 

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rsp919 said:
depends, these changes do not effect front wheel cable driven speedos
That's true, but I am talking bikes past 1985.
 

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rsp919 said:
f2's cable driven, 95 gsxr cable driven, cbr900rr's trans mounted sensors?
You are avoiding the question...in a way.

Forget the ones that run off the front wheel.


Think about bikes that use a direct feed from the engine to detect actual traveling speed.
 

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I don't know the answer to this question which leads me to ask another question.

If the speedo comes off, say, the countershaft sprocket and that sprocket changes, then how do you adjust the speedo so it reads correctly?
 
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