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    Smile REVO Dual Gauges with Gear Indicator ATRE KIT

    Although 109 are awesome machine and a super exciting bike, it still has some shortcoming that needs to be modified to meet perfection. There isn’t a gear indicator in the previous generation 9s .What’s worse is that there is no way of monitoring your oil or water temperature with the stock cluster. Thus, REVO designed Chrome/Anodized Riser Mount that could integrate gear indicator, oil and water temperature all at once. The Riser Mount is located on the rise cap of your bike, providing a closer yet more advanced exterior design. Furthermore, the mount itself is made of CNC cutting out of 6061 Aluminum with triple chromed/anodized finish, which is a quality products that could seriously enhanced your bike’s exterior styling.
    Feel free to check it out on
    http://www.revo-cycles.com/shop/revo...ator-atre-kit/
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    Very interesting. I suppose this will work on the aftermarket risers, such as the Yanashiki's? How do the sensors mount? I can see what they are, and that the water temp sensor clamps to a hose. Where does the oil pressure sensor mount? And the gear position sensor? Is that something that is available for early models, such as my 06?
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    Thank you for the interest.
    Yes, it could fit on your yanashiki riser. And it could fit on your 06 model 109.
    The gear position is in the middle and oil and water sensor are on each side.

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    Rainey, my *F kit iput together with your set up is getting installed this month!

    Cant wait to see it in action!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rainey5230 View Post
    Although 109 are awesome machine and a super exciting bike, it still has some shortcoming that needs to be modified to meet perfection. There isn’t a gear indicator in the previous generation 9s .What’s worse is that there is no way of monitoring your oil or water temperature with the stock cluster. Thus, REVO designed Chrome/Anodized Riser Mount that could integrate gear indicator, oil and water temperature all at once. The Riser Mount is located on the rise cap of your bike, providing a closer yet more advanced exterior design. Furthermore, the mount itself is made of CNC cutting out of 6061 Aluminum with triple chromed/anodized finish, which is a quality products that could seriously enhanced your bike’s exterior styling.
    Feel free to check it out on
    http://www.revo-cycles.com/shop/revo...ator-atre-kit/
    WELL IT TOOK LONG ENOUGH TO GET THIS ALL TOGETHER AND ON BUT I LOVE IT!

    Well the kit is installed!
    SHORT VIDEO HERE
    https://youtu.be/thBhzegbF28

    FIRST RIDE WITH NEW INSTALL
    https://youtu.be/lWu1MHYRRDo

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