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tach lead from both coils 21 Oct 2005 21:51 #3363

  • indykaw77
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I searched (HONEST!!) but no luck. Was wondering if it would be possible to wire in an accessible lead that would be able to have a tach connected to it for accurate idle speed adjustments, and where one would "splice into" to get it? Or am I just missing something way obvious to everyone else??:whistle: I always just set it by ear....them stock tachs aint worth a hoot for accuracy at lo rpm.......right???: :blush:
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tach lead from both coils 22 Oct 2005 04:24 #3388

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Put an insulated female spade connector on a piece of wire, then hook it to the negative side of either coil. You can stuff it up out of the way, or use a zip tie, until you need it. Stock tachs are generally inaccurate at any rpm.
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