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Post  akasy on Sun Dec 06, 2009 6:44 pm

I'm in the process of getting the BRP street legal and needed a speedo. I'm not a fan of electonic meters so I adapted an XT225 speedo to the BRP--seems to be accurate will test against my GPS later. It does work and was relatively easy.
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I doubt they will even test it

Post  Bump on Mon Dec 07, 2009 1:55 pm

And you won't use it much either! That said, it looks like a sano fit!

I might put a larger washer between the bold head and the bracket. Did you cut the bracket?
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Post  Clipity on Mon Dec 07, 2009 4:13 pm

Looks good, I went with the Baja Designs made in China one. I tried the used route (XL350)and ended up with a piece of junk that ended up getting returned.
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Post  akasy on Tue Dec 08, 2009 12:33 am

Bump wrote:And you won't use it much either! That said, it looks like a sano fit!

I might put a larger washer between the bold head and the bracket. Did you cut the bracket?

I didn't have to cut the bracket but I did have to file a very small amount off the lip at its outer edge. I made a bracket to mate to the speedo's peg legs and bolted the bracket to the holes where the original trip meter bolts to the original bracket.
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