|Item Weight||2.4 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||7 x 5 x 1 inches|
|Item model number||72-A00|
|Manufacturer Part Number||72-A00|
|OEM Part Number||72-A00|
Trail Tech 72-A00 Silver Digital Tach/Hour Meter
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- Smallest meter available (1.9 inch x1 inch x.59 inch ) with large, easy to read display
- Easily mount it to any surface using either the bolt-on or peel-n-stick mounting options
- Waterproof for all riding conditions
- Measures tach up to 20,000 RPM in real time
- Tracks total hours on motor for easy maintenance recording
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View current engine RPM and track the number of hours it has been running. The number of hours an engine has been running is critical to its maintenance schedule. Attach one to your motorcycle, ATV or lawn-mower and be aware of upcoming service requirements.
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I then checked the Honda service manual, and the idle rpm on the CRF250L is supposed to be 1450+- 100 rpms. So I pushed the blue program button on the back and changed the default setting to 0.5x or 2x (don't remember which) and voila' the idle rpm went up to 1450 rpm, just the right value... Success !!
Now the idle rpm is just right, and the top rpm is where it's supposed to be (8500 rpms). Moral, if you are unsure about the accuracy of your readings, check online the idle rpm of your engine, and that will allow you to make the sensor accurate.
Wrapped the red end of the sensor wire five times around the spark plug wire, put black electrical tape over it. Used a small ziptie to hold the extra black wire nicely together and out of view, no need to cut anything.
Then permanently mounted my unit with two black zipties and a bit of scotch double-sided mounting tape on the back (so it won't slide).
Neat little unit, quite accurate, good price, five stars.
Edit: Bought a second one for an older 1986 Honda XL250R dual sport. Works very well there too. Again had to push the blue little button in the back to get the rate right. Excellent product for the price.
Today's machines require lots of maintenance and the TTO helps you keep track of your hours. I also like the Tach feature, although I can't verify how accurate it is and it's very difficult to read when you're actually riding. It's good to have a rough idea where you are, so you can keep off the rev limiter. I believe it displays max RPM when you shut down.
The TTO installs easily and will function for about 5 years(according to their rep). It's too bad you can't change the battery, but it's still a good value.
The TTO comes with everything you need. They also make several other more comprehensive devices, but they become more pricey and more tricky to install.
The installation is simple. The unit double-tapes somewhere flat on your bike. I chose the triple clamp under the handlebars. Next, you snake a wire under the gas tank and wrap it around the spark plug boot. I used a ziptie to hold mine in place. Takes about an hour if you remove the tank.
Like most riders, I don't really use the TTO for oil changes and air filters. I do that stuff (WAY too often) basically every ride. Like most people I know, I don't get a chance to ride every day or even every week. I therefore don't like the idea of letting the bike sit with used oil in it. The TTO is better suited for tracking engine hours for overhaul and piston changes etc. I've found myself trying to remember how many motos I did last summer and was scratching my head.
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I use this TTO in my Paramotor.