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Hi, I'm looking for a working or aftermarket gauge cluster (including the indicator lights and mount, speedo, and tach) as some of the lights, speedo, and tach on mine have stopped working. I found one on eBay for $500, but that's way too much for me. Are there any good aftermarket ones?

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These look interesting

https://kosonorthamerica.com/tag/meters-speedometer/
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Thanks, I like the gauges, I'm just not sure where to find the light bar and mounting bracket. For now, I went full old-school and removed the entire assembly.
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That top one is what I have on my bike just in black. It works very well. Has handled a good amount of rain without missing a beat so far. It comes with a speed sensor meant to attach to a swingarm and read the signals off your rear sprocket or any metalic object. The hardest part of it is calibrating the speed. It has 2 numbers you need to enter into it for it to figure out your speed. One is supposed to be the outer circumference of your tire and the other is the amount of times it will pick up a signal from the speed sensor. I connected it to my stock speed sensor and did not use the one they give you.
I called them up to try and get the numbers figuring they have probably had that question asked to them a thousand times over. They gave me numbers that was telling me I was going 60mph when I was maybe doing 15-20. I calibrated it with my gps on the bike using the gps speed as my mark to get to. After I few lucky guesses with changing the numbers around I was able to get it within 1mph of what my GPS said I was doing. I also verified it near the schools by my house that have the signs that tell you how fast your going and it matched that as well. I replaced a Dakota digital with it after my Dakota digital kept braking on me over and over again.

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Thanks, I like the gauges, I'm just not sure where to find the light bar and mounting bracket. For now, I went full old-school and removed the entire assembly.
The lights are built into this guage you don't need the light bar anymore if you buy that speedo Ed linked above. It is a good speedo. I have had it on my bike for about 4 years no with no issues at all. The one thing I don't like about it but I got used to is it shares the turn signal light so no matter which turn signal you hit only 1 light on the guage will light up.
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well, those sound like a good choice then. The only issue is they're all out of stock! oh well, guess I'll wait, Thanks!
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There is one more thing I forgot about. I had to add a new turn signal cancel module into my bike because the stock Harley one has it built into the guage (the part that tells the signals to cancel). But the Koso does not do that
without the turn signal cancel module your turn signals won't turn off. With the Badlands module they will stay on for 11 seconds and then turn off do if your at a local ng light you may have to hit the turn signal a few times to keep it on.
This is the module you will need. https://namzcustomcycleproducts.com/...sch-connector/
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