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It works the same way the stock POS did. If I replaced the unit in the tank, it would read the level, but since I didn't, the little light comes on, just like the original.

While I would have preferred to have two separate instruments, I can live with the accessory single unit. I still think that it's just a way to milk the customer out of a few more bucks. I bet it doesn't cost any more to produce the accessory instrument than it does to produce the stock unit.
On mine, the light would come on, the go back off in a couple of miles. A few miles later, the gauge would blink, then the light would go back on a few miles after that. The juice really wasnt worth the squeeze.

I think the single cluster was a great idea, but needed some refining. When I had my Roadster I wound up modifying the clamping surfaces so the gauge would tilt a back a little more. It did help a bit, but there were still some times the display was difficult to read in sunlight.
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I heard it from a salesman at Cin City H-D. he said that there will only be three models of Sportsters this year. One 883 and 2 1200s. The Roadster won't be making the cut.

We'll find out for sure in a month from now (plus four days).

Crap -you're right. No 2021 Roadster:

https://www.harley-davidson.com/us/e...es/street.html

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Upper management at HD really has no clue.
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Upper management at HD really has no clue.

OH; but they've got a lot more CVOs!

And we all know that dress shoes cost a lot more than work boots.
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Upper management at HD really has no clue.
They know how to make themselves money.

Will scorch the company to make bonus
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Could the accessory speedo be adapted to an older bike, say an '02? I'd like to add a tach but prefer to keep just one gauge. Understanding the mount would need changed for this bigger diameter, is there anything else to be aware of? Thanks, Kyle
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My guess would be no, as the newer bikes that this comes on are all CAN-BUS.
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