Speedometer Problem

Feb 2019
32
14
Texas
I’m sure I didn’t break the thing lol, just wondering how I can get rid of the three dashes “- - -“ that show up when I’m over 185mph, or did I mess it up at that speed? My bike feels like it’s still going but I can’t tell how fast I’m going, don’t have a fancy GPS or anything of the sort. Thanks in advance and if it’s already been posted, sorry.


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Apr 2013
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1,586
Los Angeles
If you see those on the dash, your dash is defective. Sell the bike asap and never ride again.

On a serious note, 186 is officially the max speed on the dash. Anything past, ---
You'll need another method of tracking for speed. The bikes dash won't be it. Completely normal. That or slow the hell down!!
 
Jun 2015
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119
Baltimore
you have a $25,000 fancy bike. You can afford to buy a "fancy gps" to track your speed above 186.
 
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Dec 2019
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USA: Philly Pa & Venice FL
What’s a good GPS?

we can hit 186 in 5th gear, these are 200mph+ machines!

on another note, if u have factory exhaust manifolds with the flapper valve, it’ll blow shut and limit acceleration power. Gotta lock wire it open and disconnect it’s electronic servo (on the 1299 at least)

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Feb 2019
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Texas
What’s a good GPS?

we can hit 186 in 5th gear, these are 200mph+ machines!

on another note, if u have factory exhaust manifolds with the flapper valve, it’ll blow shut and limit acceleration power. Gotta lock wire it open and disconnect it’s electronic servo (on the 1299 at least)

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Will definitely work on that this weekend


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Feb 2018
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Never had the balls to hold it open that long, esp in the northeast, not many places you can do that safely.
No track i have been to can support those speeds.
 
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Feb 2019
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Texas
Never had the balls to hold it open that long, esp in the northeast, not many places you can do that safely.
No track i have been to can support those speeds.
Texas toll road near Austin, posted speed limit 85mph


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