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Old 04-24-2009, 10:36 AM   #3
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Originally Posted by bxr140
I can almost guarantee its not fueling.

Are you sure its not just the fact that you changed the gearing, so its throwing off the speedo/odo? That's what typically happens in bikes that don't have front wheel speed sensors. I suggest you check your gauges against a GPS.
All of my speed measurements were taken from GPS, the stock speedo is inaccurate. But even the stock speedo reading didn't change from what it was before as the speed measurement is taken from the rear wheel sensor, which doesn't change no matter what gearing you put on, it will be actual speed. So the odometer etc. will read as it always has.

I'm wondering if the bike uses this as input in the mapping at all? If not it's a non issue.
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